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# 31 : Sunday 30-10-2016 @ 11:31
 
 
Even worse , they are non eu migrants now ,
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# 32 : Sunday 30-10-2016 @ 11:36
 
 
Did you see apple raised their prices in sterling to make up for sterling drop 20%
They would have noticed any buying trend very fast
I wonder do brits feel poorer ? It will be most noticeable with imports for them and then as inflation kicks in everything will get more expensive .

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# 33 : Sunday 30-10-2016 @ 11:43
 
 
Someone said :
Even worse , they are non eu migrants now ,

No they're not. The UK hasn't left yet.
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# 34 : Sunday 30-10-2016 @ 13:28
 
 
Someone said :

No they're not. The UK hasn't left yet.



I can see this being dragged out to the last, negotiate a new EU treaty and re-running a second referendum or having a vote in parliament on it.
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# 35 : Sunday 30-10-2016 @ 22:23
 
 
Someone said :

No they're not. The UK hasn't left yet.

In just 2 years from March they will all be non eu migrants ...
If you believe what their prime minister said .
If you don't ? They havent said anything different
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# 36 : Sunday 30-10-2016 @ 22:24
 
 
Someone said :

In just 2 years from March they will all be non eu migrants ...
If you believe what their prime minister said .
If you don't ? They havent said anything different

In two years, possibly. You said they're non-EU immigrants now
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# 37 : Sunday 30-10-2016 @ 22:43
 
 
Someone said :

In two years, possibly. You said they're non-EU immigrants now

Brexit is brexit ... as their prime minister insists
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# 38 : Tuesday 1-11-2016 @ 06:15
 
 
The euro at the moment is pretty shit too so the pound must be horrendous.

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# 39 : Thursday 3-11-2016 @ 21:03
 
 
Oh sterling is going up again ,
Theyou were remindedoing theirs is a parliamentary democracy.
Boris said brexit would be titanic and didn't understand what he'd said. .. nothing new there .
They will appeal to their supreme court and the wait for it European Court of Justice LOL
The currency is going to yo yo with the news and whatever the government says
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# 40 : Friday 11-11-2016 @ 13:11
 
 
Up and up sterling goes ... thanks Trump
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# 41 : Friday 11-11-2016 @ 13:14
 
 
Someone said :
Up and up sterling goes ... thanks Trump

Now a good euro crisis to make my U.K. Wages worth something!!
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# 42 : Friday 11-11-2016 @ 14:04
 
 
Nooooooo!

Luckily Boris is still around to even things out.
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# 43 : Friday 11-11-2016 @ 16:30
 
 
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Up and up sterling goes ... thanks Trump

Are you trading sterling Thomas ? or out for a cheap Uk holiday or shopping.
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# 44 : Friday 11-11-2016 @ 17:45
 
 
Nah, I just buy most online stuff from Amazon UK.
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# 45 : Friday 11-11-2016 @ 18:55
 
 
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Nah, I just buy most online stuff from Amazon UK.

Yeah, was getting good bargains and dumb trump gets to become president.
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