joly, 05 Jul 2016Europe union is evil everyone knows that so Brexit is a bless more countriecountries will foll... moreEvil...? Please explain this view (without any conspiracies).
Too many people have been blaming the successive failings of our governments on the EU. Too many people decided they knew everything about the EU after listening/watching one sided pro leave media.
A pathetic excuse to raise prices. Sterling has been lower against the Euro on several occasions in the last 5 years and nobody said a word! People really should check their facts before lumping every future bit of bad news on Brexit. It's hardly as if prolices fell dramatically when the pound was strong and I can guarantee that when Sterling rallies again there is no way prices will be reduced im such a way.
It's profiteering behind the smokescreen of Brexit.
On the plus (no pun intended) side I was wondering whether to buy the Oneplus 3 but they've helpfully made my mind up now :)
joly, 05 Jul 2016Europe union is evil everyone knows that so Brexit is a bless more countriecountries will foll... moreNobody has presented a single reason for leaving the EU, the leave campaign couldn't even say they would reduce immigration. Face it, we got conned out of the EU, all the negatives that were put forward that the leavers were ignoring are starting to come true.
What was the referendum for anyway? It seems like it should he invalidated when nobody had even been able to put forward an alternative. It shouldn't have been 'in or out', but in, or so and so alternatives which have so and so consequences'. Utterly ridiculous that people voted to leave despite such a simple thing not being there.
I bought my OnePlus 3 on the release date, as I would expect most people who would've wanted one, as a company which is only a few years old others might only purchase one via weird of mouth or if they do not have a current comparable flagship model from another manufacturer. The UK is expected to have everything increase in price, personally I found a lot of the electrical items in my Amazon UK basket had increased on the morning when the pound decreased by around 20% the OnePlus 3 is still great value at this price point, even at £400 it would be excellent value.
I considered the oneplus3 but went for the g5 because of the removable battery. It was also a bit cheaper at £290 brand new.
AnonD-200996, 05 Jul 2016Shame 52% rules a nation.That's a really weird way to put it... I'm sure you would rather it be the 48% that rule it, but that sounds even worse doesn't it?
It could even be one person rule it all.
AnonD-532649, 05 Jul 2016You just copied that from a 7 day old article from the Telegraph... Number 1, great unbiased... moreEurope union is evil everyone knows that so Brexit is a bless more countriecountries will follow it is a matter of time
AnonD-510098, 05 Jul 2016Financial markets enjoyed a relief rally and sterling edged off 31-year lows as investors emer... moreYou just copied that from a 7 day old article from the Telegraph...
Number 1, great unbiased source of information... (sarcasm, it really isn't)
Number 2, the pound slipped back down in the past 24 hours. Brexit will NOT improve the UK economy. Exports will be cheaper but we are not a nation of exporting... Importing goods will increase in cost. Economic uncertainty is never good for investment, which is a good chunk of the UK economic worth. This is only the start of the issues that face our economy over the next few years. If we cannot make a deal that suits those against immigration and those who want to stay in the single market then it will be very bad news.
Next time you post a comment, check the source and check the age.
AnonD-510098, 05 Jul 2016The pound aint plunging. Stfu with the lies.Against my country's currency it's just falling, not plunging yet.
AnonD-532649, 05 Jul 2016... Okay... sure, you go and believe that. Financial markets enjoyed a relief rally and sterling edged off 31-year lows as investors emerged relatively unscathed after being ravaged by the worst rout in history.
Bargain hunters scrambled for Brexit battered stocks as risk appetite returned despite continued uncertainty about Britain¬ís vote to withdraw from the EU.
The FTSE 100 posted its biggest one-day gain in four months, climbing 158.19 points, or 2.64pc, to 6,140.39. A closer barometer of the UK economy, the FTSE 250 index, bounced back 3.6pc after plunging 14.2pc in the Brexit aftermath.
AnonD-510098, 05 Jul 2016The pound aint plunging. Stfu with the lies.... Okay... sure, you go and believe that.
AnonD-510098, 05 Jul 2016The pound aint plunging. Stfu with the lies.you can clearly see that it is
dukaki, 05 Jul 2016The rock you are living under must be very comfyHAHAHAHA!!!! dude, you just made my day.
AnonD-510098, 05 Jul 2016The pound aint plunging. Stfu with the lies.The rock you are living under must be very comfy