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HSBA Eadwig 24 May 2019

Brexit Wars 3 macca45: Chris Heaton-Harris MP the man put in charge of ptreparationd for us leaving stated so in March So that makes it so, does it? 20% on Steel to the EU, we’ve seen British Steel’s preparations for that. 10% on cars manufactured in the UK, we know what will happen there, most are made for sale in the EU. What does your great man have to say about that. Amazed you can remember his name, to be honest. Or are you just working off your trolling cheat sheet?

HSBA macca45 24 May 2019

Brexit Wars 3 Eadwig: I agree wholeheartedly with this. The far right are going to come out from under their slimy stones and maybe, just maybe, they could end up split asunder from the Tory party into the extreme that they should inhabit. Then, a more centrist Tory party will probably never be defeated by Corbyn so Labour will have to face up to the disaster that has been his leadership and do something about it. Eventually. That’s the rosy view. As senior politicians have been warning, British democracy could be on a knife edge for the next 10-20 years. Ken Clarke on the BBC this morning was very good, he could almost turn me into a Tory these days - if the rest of the party were more like him. Shame May couldn’t cling on a few more weeks and put 31 Oct beyond doubt for Revoking article 50. Democracy survives for the moment. When we leave the Eu we will know it has survived. Thank heavens she realised the country want to leave the Eu and fell on her sword. Only a few pockets of resistance/swamp dwellers left.

HSBA macca45 24 May 2019

Brexit Wars 3 The Uk is prepared for switching to WTO. Chris Heaton-Harris MP the man put in charge of ptreparationd for us leaving stated so in March, after he resigned over remainer May’s loss of a backbone whwen we were supposed to leave. Do keep up.

BARC mcn2000 24 May 2019

BARC Comp - S16 W7 OPEN - Closes 9pm MONDAY Your guess for next FRIDAYS UT closing price in numerical order. LOWEST at the top, please. All new entrants welcome! - Usual deadline for Comp entries, about 9.00 PM on Monday. Thanks & GLA! 154.54 mcn2000

BARC jackdawsson 24 May 2019

BARC Comp - S16 W7 OPEN - Closes 9pm MONDAY Your guess for next FRIDAYS UT closing price in numerical order. LOWEST at the top, please. All new entrants welcome! - Usual deadline for Comp entries, about 9.00 PM on Monday. Thanks & GLA!

BARC mcn2000 24 May 2019

OT - Comp winner: Gold or Silver Always a pleasure when you post some Bad Seeds JD

HSBA macca45 24 May 2019

Brexit Wars 3 Eadwig: You see what I mean about radical short term memory loss. I do, Eadwig, judging from your accusations of late. Have you got a pretend friend?? You need to get help? Good luck for the future

BARC jackdawsson 24 May 2019

OT - Comp winner: Gold or Silver Hi Gold or Silver, Well played! Though tracker hasn’t updated at time of writing to reflect your win, your most bearish call of 155 was never in doubt. UT a poor 150.04. A well deserved 25 pts! Credit also to Lady_Jennifer & FIAT for close podiums. Here again, with tracker not updating, hard to be sure of final standings. But both of you making further progress & Jennifer may be top. JD had a week of big decisions, with more planned. With PM May gone, now preparing for a hard Brexit. IMO, there’s no such thing as a poor Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds album. An excellent, quirky song from Henry’s Dream released 1992. Enjoy: May all have a VG Bank Holiday w/end!

GKP MikeyAdmin 24 May 2019

Yesterdays Total Volumes Screencast.com 2019-05-24_1712 Shared from Screencast.com Auto Trades . . . . . . 2,363,341 Ordinary Trades . . 1,128,453 Total All Venues . . 3,823,740

HSBA Eadwig 24 May 2019

Brexit Wars 3 J_Westlock: I reckon they are more fond of the £9bn pa we net pay in than you give credit for. No doubt time will tell which of us is correct.

HSBA J_Westlock 24 May 2019

Brexit Wars 3 Eadwig: Its costing the EU to keep on extending the Brexit deadline and I don’t think they’re going to do it again without some very definite prospect of a positive outcome for THEM. I reckon they are more fond of the £9bn pa we net pay in than you give credit for.

HSBA Eadwig 24 May 2019

Brexit Wars 3 J_Westlock: They’ll do whatever it takes if there’s even a sniff it might keep UK in the EU. I think that’s over-stating the case. Its costing the EU to keep on extending the Brexit deadline and I don’t think they’re going to do it again without some very definite prospect of a positive outcome for THEM. More time for BoJo to come up with a plan for Leaving? No, I don’t think that is going to happen, not from listening to commentators in other countries. Remember, the EU is prepared for No Deal and it is the UK that is not. They’re not going to hang around giving us time to get ready just so BoJo can then Leave and refuse to pay the agreed divorce bill.

HSBA J_Westlock 24 May 2019

Brexit Wars 3 macbonzo: The 27 countries will not tolerate another fudge. If we have learned anything at all, it is this: We don’t have a negotiating position. It is TM’s deal or Out Says who? They’ll do whatever it takes if there’s even a sniff it might keep UK in the EU. There are several types of Deal that could be negotiated as Barnier’s Ladder showed us many months ago. Realistically, as things are today, the only Deal that could get a Parliamentary majority is something close to the Labour proposed Deal. The UK has a negotiating position. It just isn’t as good a hand as that of the EU… but they don’t want to be worse off either so it’s in there interests to either keep the UK in the EU or with as beneficial a Deal as they can get.

HSBA Eadwig 24 May 2019

Brexit Wars 3 J_Westlock: Let’s hope Boris gets the job. Sometimes you need to face down those who’ve been purposefully hiding away behind the scenes. I agree wholeheartedly with this. The far right are going to come out from under their slimy stones and maybe, just maybe, they could end up split asunder from the Tory party into the extreme that they should inhabit. Then, a more centrist Tory party will probably never be defeated by Corbyn so Labour will have to face up to the disaster that has been his leadership and do something about it. Eventually. That’s the rosy view. As senior politicians have been warning, British democracy could be on a knife edge for the next 10-20 years. Ken Clarke on the BBC this morning was very good, he could almost turn me into a Tory these days - if the rest of the party were more like him. Shame May couldn’t cling on a few more weeks and put 31 Oct beyond doubt for Revoking article 50.

GKP MikeyAdmin 24 May 2019

Closing Prices Near as damn it 15 mins delayed Close . . . . 225.00 Open . . . . 225.50 High . . . . .231.9399 . . . 09.18.47 Low . . . . . 225.50 . . . . . 08.00.22 MD Auc . . 396 @ 226 LSE Vols . . . . 533,040 . . . 437 trades AT trades . . . 352 . . 80.55% OT trades . . . 85 . . . 15.15.24 CP . . 226p . . (+0.445%) Brent closed 0.02% up The FTSE closed 0.65% up

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