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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... 00:03 - Sep 12 with 5959 viewsmonytowbray



Sounds it and people appear to have gone ape-sh1t on Twitter, no tweets from anyone playing it down. If this isn’t sensationalist or a dodgy source and what it’s getting across is true my brain might explode from the madness.

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:51 - Sep 12 with 703 viewslowhouseblue

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:46 - Sep 12 by itfcjoe

For someone who was a Labour member and would back them about everything you've really gone full circle now - you sound like Farage at the end here.


brexit has become so tribal that people simply can't comprehend how someone can legitimately have a different view from them. I voted remain, my side lost, I want to see the referendum result honoured through a deal. that's a logical and honest position. the fact that I don't shout the same slogans as you or get over-excited at every anti Brexit story, doesn't make me the same as farage. the tribal, blinkered, intolerant nature of Brexit discussions now is truly awful.

And so as the loose-bowelled pigeon of time swoops low over the unsuspecting tourist of destiny, and the flatulent skunk of fate wanders into the air-conditioning system of eternity, I notice it's the end of the show

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:52 - Sep 12 with 699 viewsblueislander

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:35 - Sep 12 by BackToRussia

I think you're probably OK or not with capitalists having such a degree of influence on the future of this country. It seems now it was all a scheme to personally enrich a few, rather than a belief that the country may be genuinely more prosperous as a result of leaving the EU. It's rich capitalists scheming to become richer, at the expense of the entire country.


The pound has been shrinking in value for some time because of Brexit. It is quite obvious that a no deal Brexit will have a negative effect on our economy, and it would be a dereliction of duty of currency traders not to factor this in . It is of more dubious morality to actually offer financial inducements to politicians to facilitate this. To what extent this is happening is not clear.
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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:53 - Sep 12 with 693 viewsmonytowbray

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:51 - Sep 12 by lowhouseblue

brexit has become so tribal that people simply can't comprehend how someone can legitimately have a different view from them. I voted remain, my side lost, I want to see the referendum result honoured through a deal. that's a logical and honest position. the fact that I don't shout the same slogans as you or get over-excited at every anti Brexit story, doesn't make me the same as farage. the tribal, blinkered, intolerant nature of Brexit discussions now is truly awful.


You can lead a horse to water...

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:54 - Sep 12 with 690 viewsBlueBadger

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:21 - Sep 12 by lowhouseblue

do you know they've given millions? and when did they donate? if it was before or during the referendum then it's a bit of a stretch to claim that it is shaping their risk positions now. seems to me that the tweet is throwing together some vague associations and trying to build a conspiracy out of them.


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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:54 - Sep 12 with 684 viewslowhouseblue

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:51 - Sep 12 by monytowbray

That’s because he was a Tory hiding behind the New Labour mask. I’ve said it before multiple times and that post was the last bang of the hammer.


no, you're a tory. it's just pathetic and childish name calling. I can't remember another issue which has had Brexit's power to reduce so many people to infantilism.

And so as the loose-bowelled pigeon of time swoops low over the unsuspecting tourist of destiny, and the flatulent skunk of fate wanders into the air-conditioning system of eternity, I notice it's the end of the show

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:57 - Sep 12 with 667 viewslowhouseblue

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:54 - Sep 12 by BlueBadger

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/boris-johnsons-donor-crispin-odey-eyes-brexit


yep, that's what hedge fund managers do.

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:57 - Sep 12 with 666 viewsmonytowbray

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:54 - Sep 12 by lowhouseblue

no, you're a tory. it's just pathetic and childish name calling. I can't remember another issue which has had Brexit's power to reduce so many people to infantilism.


I'm not calling you names. What I am saying is based on your severe 180 after Corbyn took Labour back to what the party represented traditionally. That last post reads like the ramblings of one of those Twitter Brexit bots. Add that to every post you've put up over the last three years and it's a very well fitted shoe.

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:00 - Sep 12 with 658 viewsitfcjoe

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:51 - Sep 12 by monytowbray

That’s because he was a Tory hiding behind the New Labour mask. I’ve said it before multiple times and that post was the last bang of the hammer.


I don't personally think that, just has changed viewpoints so far it's baffling.

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:02 - Sep 12 with 647 viewsitfcjoe

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:51 - Sep 12 by lowhouseblue

brexit has become so tribal that people simply can't comprehend how someone can legitimately have a different view from them. I voted remain, my side lost, I want to see the referendum result honoured through a deal. that's a logical and honest position. the fact that I don't shout the same slogans as you or get over-excited at every anti Brexit story, doesn't make me the same as farage. the tribal, blinkered, intolerant nature of Brexit discussions now is truly awful.


It's not about different views - it's the ability to just swot aside any information with such ease before even considering if it is or isn't relevent and trot out that 17.4million people line which is the last remaining line of the populists.

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:02 - Sep 12 with 646 viewsmonytowbray

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:00 - Sep 12 by itfcjoe

I don't personally think that, just has changed viewpoints so far it's baffling.


It is baffling indeed, therefore that's the best conclusion I could come to myself.

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:06 - Sep 12 with 621 viewslowhouseblue

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:57 - Sep 12 by monytowbray

I'm not calling you names. What I am saying is based on your severe 180 after Corbyn took Labour back to what the party represented traditionally. That last post reads like the ramblings of one of those Twitter Brexit bots. Add that to every post you've put up over the last three years and it's a very well fitted shoe.


"took Labour back to what the party represented traditionally" seriously what would you actually know about that? I doubt you're a great reader of labour party history or you took much interest prior to 2015. would that be the party of Wilson, or Callaghan, or Atlee, or Bevin, or Kinnock or Gaitskell, or Healey?, … the idea that corbyn represents the historical soul of the party is made up nonsense.

And so as the loose-bowelled pigeon of time swoops low over the unsuspecting tourist of destiny, and the flatulent skunk of fate wanders into the air-conditioning system of eternity, I notice it's the end of the show

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:06 - Sep 12 with 621 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:02 - Sep 12 by monytowbray

It is baffling indeed, therefore that's the best conclusion I could come to myself.


To be fair our psy-ops team are performing at a level the EU on the Greeks one would be proud of.

Edit ....all will be fudged at the 11th hour.
[Post edited 12 Sep 2019 10:07]

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:07 - Sep 12 with 620 viewsBrixtonBlue

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:12 - Sep 12 by lowhouseblue

you would need to prove that they are doing that - and on a scale whereby there is any realistic expectation that their action will alter the outcome. what we have in the tweet in the op is an allegation of some sort of possible correlation rather than anything getting near to proving causation. most macro hedge funds will have a position on brexit, if ones with senior managers who politically support leave have tended to forecast one outcome rather than another there might be lots of reasons for that other than an attempt to actively manipulate things.

the tweet in the op seems to me another example of the hysteria which characterises anything about brexit at present.


I didn't think you were this naive.

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:08 - Sep 12 with 617 viewsflimflam

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 09:50 - Sep 12 by BackToRussia

We already know there were lies told by the Leave campaign in order to fool those 17 million people, we know that Boris lied to the Queen to try to suspend democracy so that the elected representatives of those 17 million people no longer get a say. And now this. Do you really think they had our best intentions at heart?


You know a lot of things that other people know.

How do you know Boris lied to the Queen? He may of done but how do you know that?
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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:12 - Sep 12 with 606 viewswkj

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:08 - Sep 12 by flimflam

You know a lot of things that other people know.

How do you know Boris lied to the Queen? He may of done but how do you know that?


He told her he was fit to be PM and form a government.

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:14 - Sep 12 with 593 viewsflimflam

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:12 - Sep 12 by wkj

He told her he was fit to be PM and form a government.


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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:20 - Sep 12 with 572 viewsBackToRussia

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:08 - Sep 12 by flimflam

You know a lot of things that other people know.

How do you know Boris lied to the Queen? He may of done but how do you know that?


The news?

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:34 - Sep 12 with 537 viewsflimflam

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:20 - Sep 12 by BackToRussia

The news?


So they all know exactly what was said in their private conversation?

Get ya.

He may of well lied but at the moment it is purely speculation.
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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:38 - Sep 12 with 526 viewsmonytowbray

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:34 - Sep 12 by flimflam

So they all know exactly what was said in their private conversation?

Get ya.

He may of well lied but at the moment it is purely speculation.


I don't think that defence would get far in court...

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:40 - Sep 12 with 522 viewsflimflam

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:38 - Sep 12 by monytowbray

I don't think that defence would get far in court...


Guess the Supreme court will decide one way or the other.
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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:42 - Sep 12 with 511 viewsBackToRussia

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:34 - Sep 12 by flimflam

So they all know exactly what was said in their private conversation?

Get ya.

He may of well lied but at the moment it is purely speculation.


It's not really speculation, it's a corollary of the Scottish judge's ruling.

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:50 - Sep 12 with 489 viewsRyorry

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 05:51 - Sep 12 by Oldsmoker

Johnson is the fall-guy, the patsy in all of this.
The hedge fund managers have done nothing illegal.
Cummings has done nothing illegal that we can pin on him.
Johnson doesn't have to follow Cummings advice.
The 24hour rolling news is all about the Yellowhammer document.
With Westminster prorogued, news is going to be a bit thin so this story may go mainstream but as the links to Johnson are all innuendo it might not.


Don't see how you've worked out that "Johnson is the fall-guy, the patsy in all of this."?

My heart certainly ain't bleeding for him anyway!

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:55 - Sep 12 with 471 viewsmonytowbray

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:50 - Sep 12 by Ryorry

Don't see how you've worked out that "Johnson is the fall-guy, the patsy in all of this."?

My heart certainly ain't bleeding for him anyway!


Johnson in "rich puppet" shocker is the headline that should have existed long ago as it is.

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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 11:03 - Sep 12 with 452 viewsflimflam

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 10:42 - Sep 12 by BackToRussia

It's not really speculation, it's a corollary of the Scottish judge's ruling.


After previous judges threw the case out.

But guess you go with the hearing that suits an agenda.

The Supreme court will most likely overrule anyway.
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The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 11:23 - Sep 12 with 426 viewsjeera

The finance sector is a mystery to me so not sure if this is big or not... on 11:03 - Sep 12 by flimflam

After previous judges threw the case out.

But guess you go with the hearing that suits an agenda.

The Supreme court will most likely overrule anyway.


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