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HSBA Eadwig 10:12

Brexit Wars 3 john.a.reeves: What I want is irrelevant! It’s what’s happening - ignore it if you wish I’m not ignoring it. My main motivation for voting Remain was because I saw it as a vote against the far right. Ask anyone who was debating with me leading up to the referendum.

HSBA john.a.reeves 10:11

Brexit Wars 3 Eadwig - hi Eadwig: Do you want members of the ERG and their like to run Britain? You seem to be against the far right in EU countries but all for it in the UK? What I want is irrelevant! It’s what’s happening - ignore it if you wish JAR PS off to do something useful - nice day here for some gardening

HSBA Eadwig 10:08

Brexit Wars 3 john.a.reeves: Sill, it’s easier for the EU 'Groupies, to ignore this reality whilst posting and marching Well you do appear to be suggesting they should be making some response. Marching in Amsterdam instead of London? Do you want members of the ERG and their like to run Britain? You seem to be against the far right in EU countries but all for it in the UK? Perhaps you need another Sunday morning cup of coffee?

HSBA john.a.reeves 10:07

Brexit Wars 3 FIAT - good morning frog_in_a_tree: The biggest laugh is that a change of leadership won’t change the party dynamics as it is split from top to bottom and side to side. Excellent description of the Momentum Party (previously known as Labour) JAR

HSBA john.a.reeves 10:05

Brexit Wars 3 Eadwig - good morning Eadwig: What a completely inane sentence to start a post about right wing nationalism growing in Europe. And your preferred response? Support an extreme right wing movement in the UK which is already seemingly pulling the strings of government. I’m not suggesting a response simply pointing out two things The EU is fundamentally changing from the grass roots up What was traditionally a liberal / tolerant country like the Netherlands is moving to the right and it’s happening in Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Italy and France as well. Sill, it’s easier for the EU 'Groupies, to ignore this reality whilst posting and marching. JAR

HSBA Eadwig 09:50

Brexit Wars 3 Sir_Buns-Up_Knealing: Broadmoor in yet another disguise? maytheforcebewithyou … 5:1 ON

HSBA frog_in_a_tree 09:49

Brexit Wars 3 There can be no better illustration of the complete disintegration of the Tory party than to compare how Thatcher was disposed of and what is going on now with May. With Thatcher, the “men in grey suits” formed an orderly queue outside her office and one by one trooped in to tell her that her time was up. With May, it is all being conducted through random interviews with the press and fuelled by indisciplined gossip. Complete disintegration! The biggest laugh is that a change of leadership won’t change the party dynamics as it is split from top to bottom and side to side. Frog in a tree

HSBA Eadwig 09:47

Brexit Wars 3 john.a.reeves: While the EU ‘Groupies’ march the EU continues to move away from the ‘Promised Land’ of their dreams What a completely inane sentence to start a post about right wing nationalism growing in Europe. And your preferred response? Support an extreme right wing movement in the UK which is already seemingly pulling the strings of government.

BRBY NewBill1703 09:36

Burberry share buyback stutes: Overall if the market is not rerating LBG or B -why continue with share buybacks, better to pay a special dividend direct to shareholders? Buybacks are not a short-term operation, and any immediate SP appreciation is largely accidental, given the myriad of competing factors which drive short-term movements. The best time to buy back shares is when the rating is low… If the rating and/or expectations are already high, that is when special dividends are a better mechanism. Of course, too many companies get it the wrong way around!

HSBA Sir_Buns-Up_Knealing 09:34

Brexit Wars 3 Petedancenation: The void in this country will be taken up by the far right and your all adding fuel to the fire imho. You wish. The void is being taken up by the middle classes and their Waitrose shopping trolleys (as George Galloway describes them). To be sure there will be attacks by toytown Tommy supporters on old immigrants and women but these criminals will end up in jail for very long periods. The responsibility for the above toxic situation lies at the feet of the largely Old Etonian Brexiteer elite who opened this Pandora’s box for their own warped ends. IMHO, SBK

HSBA Sir_Buns-Up_Knealing 09:27

Brexit Wars 3 Broadmoor in yet another disguise? IMHO, SBK

HSBA frog_in_a_tree 09:25

Brexit Wars 3 PDN, I don’t think you are a Remainer at all. Time to give up the pretence. Frog in a tree

HSBA Sir_Buns-Up_Knealing 09:22

Brexit Wars 3 john.a.reeves: Rotterdam In the port city, Forum emerged as the biggest party, partly at the expense of Geert Wilders’ PVV which lost support nationwide.’’ Well that is good news. IMHO, SBK

HSBA john.a.reeves 09:11

Brexit Wars 3 Sir_Buns-Up_Knealing: Of course none of the above is true. Just semi-sophisticated drivel trolling by a Right Winger. While the EU ‘Groupies’ march the EU continues to move away from the ‘Promised Land’ of their dreams The provincial election results: Amsterdam, Utrecht don’t fall for Forum, Politics March 21, o: DutchNews.nl ‘’ Right-wing nationalist Forum voor Democratie made major inroads in traditional party support across the country in Wednesday’s vote. Negotiations will now begin to put together 12 provincial councils – and at least four parties will be needed in each region to form a majority, as the Dutch political landscape continues to splinter. Here’s a round-up of the provincial results and a focus on the main cities. The four big cities Amsterdam The Dutch capital bucked the national trend with Forum only coming in sixth place, behind the pro-animal PvdD. GroenLinks is by far the biggest party in Amsterdam, with 26% support, followed by D66, Labour and the VVD. Utrecht In Utrecht, support for GroenLinks also grew, with the D66 and the VVD in second and third place. Polls showed that Monday’s tram shooting, which left three people dead, did not have an impact on voting intentions. The Hague The VVD remains the biggest party in The Hague, with Forum in second place. Groep De Mos, the biggest party on the city council, did not take part in the provincial vote. Rotterdam In the port city, Forum emerged as the biggest party, partly at the expense of Geert Wilders’ PVV which lost support nationwide.’’ The MEP elections loom for the EU soon in May - interesting times? Obviously more semi-sophisticated drivel trolling by a Right Winger. JAR

LLOY White_Rose 09:07

LLOY - Share buyback 2019 Bowman, similar reduction happened last year. 2018 started with 6m shares each day for 5 days then reduced to 2m towards end of March. Then 9.5m 28/03, 12m 01/04 and 20m 03/04 bringing average back to 6m which was maintained until mid April then progressively increased until May. I suspect within the next two weeks the average will be around 11m. Note 2018 of 6m x 1.75bn / 1.00bn = 11bn for 2019.

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