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  • BrilloPad
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    And Eton applications have gone down...

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  • NotAllThere
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    Originally posted by WTFH View Post
    Every time Boris loses a vote and the likelihood of crashing out with no deal reduces, the pound gets stronger.

    Perhaps it's nothing to do with that. Maybe it's to do with every time he sacks democratically elected MPs for daring to vote against him, that's what pushes the pound up.

    2 days ago it was €1.09. it's pushing towards €1.12 right now.
    Perhaps he's insider dealing on the forex markets?

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  • JohntheBike
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    Originally posted by WTFH View Post
    Every time Boris loses a vote and the likelihood of crashing out with no deal reduces, the pound gets stronger.

    Perhaps it's nothing to do with that. Maybe it's to do with every time he sacks democratically elected MPs for daring to vote against him, that's what pushes the pound up.

    2 days ago it was €1.09. it's pushing towards €1.12 right now.
    sack the lot of them then!

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  • WTFH
    started a topic Totally unrelated...

    Totally unrelated...

    Every time Boris loses a vote and the likelihood of crashing out with no deal reduces, the pound gets stronger.

    Perhaps it's nothing to do with that. Maybe it's to do with every time he sacks democratically elected MPs for daring to vote against him, that's what pushes the pound up.

    2 days ago it was €1.09. it's pushing towards €1.12 right now.

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