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So - "all the fish is sold".

How are you uk tax payers going to feel bailing out the probably successful (and insufferably smug) Spain-Portugal world cup bid?

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Not Happy.

Could be against a backdrop of riots on the streets and half finished stadiums.

I want to see World Cup games played in Plymouth.

Seriously. ( I am biased mind )

England did the best Euro final ( euro 96 ) and will do the best world cup. Where better for fan fest sites than Plymouth Hoe and Newquay beaches. Newquay runway can take jumbo jets.

Shot in the arm for local economies with big construction projects followed by tourism.

Russia could get it, hope its us though.

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I suspect £150 tickets to watch a boring game we've all already paid for will be gladly paid for by benefit recipients and fans alike...

In other words, no-one cares while the inflation game keeps their rape hidden.

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You're not a janner are you?

Not Happy.

Could be against a backdrop of riots on the streets and half finished stadiums.

I want to see World Cup games played in Plymouth.

Seriously. ( I am biased mind )

England did the best Euro final ( euro 96 ) and will do the best world cup. Where better for fan fest sites than Plymouth Hoe and Newquay beaches. Newquay runway can take jumbo jets.

Shot in the arm for local economies with big construction projects followed by tourism.

Russia could get it, hope its us though.

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So - "all the fish is sold".

How are you uk tax payers going to feel bailing out the probably successful (and insufferably smug) Spain-Portugal world cup bid?

I hear David Cameron has organised a special trip to Zurich to withdraw the cash to bail them out with.

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  • 259 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    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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