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Nice to hear, especially nice for Sophia to post the 10 year charts and back up your post with some handy pictures. 

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1 hour ago, Dawson Park Boy said:

Against all predictions, the pound sterling is powering upwards against the dollar and the euro.

Great, that will help exports. 

Got to love the complete idiocy of thinking that having a strong currency means "good". 

Although it should offset some of the increase in euro denominated imports and make US imports cheaper. Which will mean that our beef from normal sized cows will stand no chance in the market against their juiced up freaks. 

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1 hour ago, Stormzy said:

Nice to hear, especially nice for Sophia to post the 10 year charts and back up your post with some handy pictures. 

Yes, good charts.

As I recall,the Brexit vote was won in June 2016 against all the odds and the experts predicted that it would tank.

The graphs show thatNOT to be the case.

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13 minutes ago, Dawson Park Boy said:

Yes, good charts.

As I recall,the Brexit vote was won in June 2016 against all the odds and the experts predicted that it would tank.

The graphs show thatNOT to be the case.

I recall that along with all the other doomsday predictions. Instead of embracing it, our SG, made up of career civil servants, are giving out the nauseating “leave a light on for us” message. Pathetic.

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Might be worth taking a look at the front page of today’s Bild newspaper, Germany’s largest. ‘Britain, we envy you’.
It's the German equivalent of The Sun.
It's the Bild Wot Won It.

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4 minutes ago, Jeff Venom said:

It's the German equivalent of The Sun.
It's the Bild Wot Won It.

And the headline has absolutely nothing to do with currency anyway! It's about the relaxation of virus restrictions in England, so it's not even remotely applicable to us.

A dishonest Yoon claim - who would have thought it!

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25 minutes ago, O'Kelly Isley III said:
55 minutes ago, Dawson Park Boy said:
Might be worth taking a look at the front page of today’s Bild newspaper, Germany’s largest. ‘Britain, we envy you’.

Context ?

The vaccination roll out - UK v Germany.

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2 minutes ago, Dawson Park Boy said:

The vaccination roll out - UK v Germany.

It's actually about the proposed date of the end of the lockdown in England compared with Germany:

1) What relevance does this have to Scotland; and

2) What does this have to do with Brexit or the EU?

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The vaccination roll out - UK v Germany.

Will we now hear a new song at the Euros this summer
‘Two world wars, one World Cup and a vaccine roll out!’

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30 minutes ago, Dunfermline Don said:


Will we now hear a new song at the Euros this summer
‘Two world wars, one World Cup and a vaccine roll out!’ emoji23.pngemoji23.png

And the Germans will come back with ‘Four world cups and half your deaths’

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32 minutes ago, Dunfermline Don said:

Will we now hear a new song at the Euros this summer
‘Two world wars, one World Cup and a vaccine roll out!’ emoji23.pngemoji23.png

I'm genuinely waiting for "two World Wars and one World Cup, Brexit! Brexit!"

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2 hours ago, lichtgilphead said:

It's actually about the proposed date of the end of the lockdown in England compared with Germany:

1) What relevance does this have to Scotland; and

2) What does this have to do with Brexit or the EU?

Absolutely f**k all

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I suspect sterling is riding high at the moment due to the vaccine roll out and the possibility of opening up in the summer again rather than any Brexit success.

Personally I won't judge the success or failure of Brexit after only two months. It would be better to assess things after 5 years (when workers' rights have been ripped up and we're all on zero hours contracts, whoops, bit of bias creeping in. Sorry.)

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