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- bbalanjones 14:37:58 18/04/2015
- Quite possibly mr.elbee, good logical view. However, once Lloyds Govt. Holding is under 20% I believe it moves out of the crosswires for possible intervention; can't say any of same re RBS with current holdings.
- mikemichael2 12:50:55 18/04/2015
- How can they be 'an attractive proposition right now' when 1. HMG are selling at 80p ish 2. Predicted hung parliament with who knows making it up. 3. Talk of 'correction' from world markets. 4. Greece going down the pan ? Maybe wait a while.
- bbalanjones 07:46:51 18/04/2015
- beg88: I certainly heard it via BBC! I was surprised that Christine was so forthright on this occasion. We can all be affected by psychological filtering. As an example, I believe the Mail is vitriolic towards anyone to the Left of Ghengis Khan!!
- gotnorolex 17:06:00 17/04/2015
- Now more than ever we need to keep Milisink out, but having excruciatingly watched the last few audience interactive debates, I fear it will just fuel austerity dodgers voting for exuberant spending on unaffordable labour policies!
- broadwood 15:56:21 17/04/2015
- Anyone who follows CNBC know Bob Pisani as their principal market watcher. 'Grexit fears in Europe cause flight to safety Investors piled into safe harbours as fears rose over a Greek exit on Friday, sending bond yields tumbling'.
- born2bongo 11:53:29 17/04/2015
- gnr "it's being effective and getting tangible results that gets you accolades". In the US bank where I work that breaks down to being able to bs every December, move on, and leave the less articulate or self-confident to pick up the pieces.
- keifer derrin 10:41:37 17/04/2015
- so then why are tax receipts so low.....remember they class zero contracts as full time. My niece is on zero contract and the other day she said she gets between 15-35 hours a week and she is classed as full time..... but I guess you listen to who you believe....everyone, including me, has to have an opinion and it depends on your politically thinking on who or what you believe.....
- keifer derrin 10:04:46 17/04/2015
- I don't get it - if we now have record numbers of people in work, why are tax receipts low....or is it because all the new jobs created a low paid.....meaning more money being used for in work benefits....which to me defeats the object.....or am I just being stupid :-)
- twirl 09:14:43 17/04/2015
- The debate last night was notable for the fear of saying something politically incorrect. In particular nearly all Sturgeon points ended with "children" and therefore gained applause from the gormless audience. Ed did quite well and understandably shudders at the impact on Labour of joining forces with the communist SNP.
- Aceuk 09:04:48 17/04/2015
- Farage only said what most of us think and many will say in conversation with friends - why because somebody stands on a stage (in front of a camera or not) does it become un-sayable? Miliband should have won by a mile against people from the regions and non-professionals but didn't - he scraped by. His plea to Cameron to debate him at the end was, in my opinion, pathetic.
- mr.elbee 08:53:49 17/04/2015
- Peggy Lee was the BEST ever. There is also the point,balan,that the Tories,like the Scots No voters, will keep quiet,and the other side will be loud and noisy...but in the election the Tories will come out of the wood work and the others will simply abstain.This is because,like Christianity,no-one can admit to Tory views in socialist Britain today.
- gotnorolex 17:04:08 16/04/2015
- I'll take a bow for her BBJ, I have just about everything she ever recorded and no less than four vinyl LP copies of "Latin ala Lee" because I'm still a vinyl nut and keep wearing that particular one out! Bought the first one in the early 60's. Love Youtube and Spotify for ease of access while working!