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I'm pretty sure the government knew short sellers would drive the share price to the ground.

The banks are going to be nationalised. Gordo is pissed off throwing money at them and they won't lend it out and now wants complete control. I reckon RBS and LoydsBOS for sure will be nationalised on the cheap. Maybe also barclays.

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I'm pretty sure the government knew short sellers would drive the share price to the ground.

The banks are going to be nationalised. Gordo is pissed off throwing money at them and they won't lend it out and now wants complete control. I reckon RBS and LoydsBOS for sure will be nationalised on the cheap. Maybe also barclays.

one state bank, coming soon to a high street near you.

Welcome to the United Socialist Hellhole of Great Britain.

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I'm pretty sure the government knew short sellers would drive the share price to the ground.

The banks are going to be nationalised. Gordo is pissed off throwing money at them and they won't lend it out and now wants complete control. I reckon RBS and LoydsBOS for sure will be nationalised on the cheap. Maybe also barclays.

Doubt it. The Buxton family are too well connected.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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