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    Humm, the pound edged up to less that what is was ten days ago.
    Company high efficiency = the maximum profit for the least amount effort
    Individual, the maximum salary for the least amount of effort = low productivity

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddy View Post
    Humm, the pound edged up to less that what is was ten days ago.
    Let him have his crumbs.



    Back to 1.116 now.
    Where there's muck there's brass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mordac View Post
    British bananas? Have you been on the good old British wacky-baccy?
    I was being sarcastic , DP posted a load of B***cks about us making everything in Britain, presume he understood the low pound as a result of Brexit and large import equation was going to hurt.

    Still I have no more time for Brexit now, on a crusade to replace the lying muppet Tories with the muppet Labour party, and watching cricket, nothing else to do while a professor checks some math algo's the last guy made.
    I'm not following this idiot

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    Yeah we made more. Unfortunately we imported even more.

    UK trade deficit hits record high in August as imports jump

    It's not looking good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    Yeah we made more. Unfortunately we imported even more.

    UK trade deficit hits record high in August as imports jump

    It's not looking good.
    So exports are up a bit. Imports are up more.

    You would expect these to trend up if denominating them in a depreciating currency.
    Where there's muck there's brass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladyuk View Post
    So exports are up a bit. Imports are up more.

    You would expect these to trend up if denominating them in a depreciating currency.
    Quite.
    It's time Brexiters stopped buying foreign goods: TVs, fridges, washing machines, mobile phones, cars on PCP etc etc and went back to the stone age.
    Oh wait, I forgot the thick fookers have no idea about cause and effect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    Quite.
    It's time Brexiters stopped buying foreign goods: TVs, fridges, washing machines, mobile phones, cars on PCP etc etc and went back to the stone age.
    Oh wait, I forgot the thick fookers have no idea about cause and effect.
    Have you been nicking oPM's bedtime story books when you're dong his mum? (Rather you than me).

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    How are those imported French Bananas then?
    Actually I feel sorry the the British army, forced by an EU to eat subsidised French Beef. Just not cricket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladyuk View Post
    Have you been nicking oPM's bedtime story books when you're dong his mum? (Rather you than me).

    Your mum.....

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    I see that Philip Hammond has said that in the unlikely event of there being no agreement then itís theoretically possible that all flights will be grounded.
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