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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lloyds Banking Group Plc LSE:LLOY London Ordinary Share GB0008706128 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.25 2.65% 48.25 48.24 48.25 48.27 47.26 47.70 321,828,579 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,167.0 1,226.0 1.2 40.2 34,235

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02/3/2021
21:25
If Khan gets elected again then he gets a 5 year carte blanche to really turn London into something unrecognizable to most civilized Brits. I would imagine the damage that will be done will largely be un reversible
scruff1
02/3/2021
19:39
He'll be supplying the poppers & the rent boys.
utrickytrees
02/3/2021
18:53
Sunak should abolish the employers NI tax. It is a tax on employing people, and the self employed have to pay both employers AND employees NI taxes.
joestalin
02/3/2021
18:15
Wrong again :o(
maxidi
02/3/2021
17:44
Anyone else recall the merciless pillorying of Ronald Reagan when it became clear that he was becoming forgetful and yet when Biden shows similar signs it is ok, cool and not a problem. Left are ruthless. Right are the compassionate ones, contrary to way (lefty) media portrays.
cheshire pete
02/3/2021
16:57
Britishvolt to build UK’s first gigaplant in Northumberland Britishvolt, the UK’s foremost investor in battery technologies, has selected a site in the North East of England to build the UK’s first battery gigaplant. The company has acquired exclusive rights to a site in Blyth Northumberland and intends to begin construction in Summer 2021. World-class lithium-ion batteries will be in production by the end of 2023. Total investment for Britishvolt’s gigaplant is £2.6bn making it the largest industrial investment in the North East since Nissan’s arrival in 1984 and one of the largest-ever industrial investments in the UK. By the final phase of the project in 2027 it will be employing up to 3000 highly skilled people, producing over 300,000 lithium-ion batteries for the UK automotive industry. It will further provide up to 5000 jobs in the wider supply chain. hTtps://www.mtdmfg.com/news/britishvolt-to-build-uks-first-gigaplant-in-northumberland/
freddie01
02/3/2021
16:51
Germany vacillates. Britain vaccinates..... Simon Hodgson2 Mar 2021 3:43PMThe issue here is the lack of flexibility shown by the European elite.  Which is probably the reason Brexit happened there was no flexibilty in the European position and eventual the majority in Britain came to the conclusion enough was enough.The vaccine fiasco from Brussels through Berlin, the Paris back to Brussels is a perfect example topped out with shall we say bullying of companies to cover up the mistake.7LikeReplyVer Cr2 Mar 2021 3:55PM@Simon HodgsonBureaucracies are rarely flexible. Theocracies are never flexible. Democracies are flexible but only when their leaders are directly responsible to the electorate.I think we can see why national governments are voting with their arms and leaving the Brussels "initiative" (an oxymoron) to find their own solutions..... Daily Telegraph
xxxxxy
02/3/2021
16:43
UPDATE: Village Bakery is set to create 115 new jobs after securing a major investment. The family-run firm, which employs more than 530 people, is scheduled to open a new 140,000 sq ft factory - described as "Europe's most modern bakery" - in Wrexham this summer (video) #UKmfgFlag of United Kingdom
freddie01
02/3/2021
16:21
'Take a stand!' Fury as Brussels orders construction of four EU customs checks on UK soil BORIS Johnson has been told he has a duty to take a stand against EU plans to install permanent checkpoints in Northern Ireland before the end of the year. Former Brexit Party MEP Ben Habib was speaking after European Commission spokesman Daniel Ferrie insisted the UK needed to meet its obligations in accordance with the Northern Ireland protocol. Mr Ferrie was himself speaking in response to the decision by Gordon Lyons, Northern Ireland’s minister for agriculture and a Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) politician, to stop work on permanent facilities to check goods arriving from Great Britain, as well as halting the recruitment of inspectors. Mr Habib, a vociferous critic of the Government’s post-Brexit policy towards Northern Ireland, told Express.co.uk: “It is now for unionists in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK to stand up against our own Government and the EU in order to protect our precious union.” He added: “Gordon Lyons is absolutely correct to refuse to build permanent structures for customs checks in Northern Ireland. “These would only be needed if the Northern Ireland Protocol were legal. It is not.” https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1404517/brexit-news-eu-news-ben-habib-northern-ireland-protocol-boris-johnson
stonedyou
02/3/2021
16:08
Personal Allowance We've all seen the media comment that the PA will be frozen at £12,500 in tomorrow's Budget. Today, I've received a Tax Code Notice for next year and it has a PA of £12,570, which reflects the CPI adjustment based on last September's 0.5% annual increase. So HMRC are going to have a lot of work to do if Sunak literally freezes the PA at £12,500! What a wonderful country we live in.
polar fox
02/3/2021
15:20
You miss the point.. I care about wrong and right. I don't care about Trump because I'm not a sheep to follow politicians like many of you here and everywhere.
k38
02/3/2021
15:16
John Redwood@johnredwood24mTomorrow the OBR will give us new forecasts. It's difficult to forecast the deficit with the CV 19 measures varying. They will likely cut their last estimate of £394 bn borrowing this year, given numbers so far. They should show a big deficit fall next year as we recover.
xxxxxy
02/3/2021
14:34
Where is Minerve, surely you haven't driven him away!
jacko07
02/3/2021
14:33
k38. Give it a rest, Trump is history. You are whining on about something that even I as a centre right Conservative and Brexit champion can see through, Trump set his redneck base up for it as plain as day, the US election was 100% bona fide, the safest in US history and endorsed by Trump elected Federal judges, Bill Barr and every credible person who has a brain. Trump conned his way to POTUS and he is more than likely going to jail. If you had ever lived in NYC you would hate Trump, the bloke is one horrible human being.
jacko07
02/3/2021
14:16
Very likely methinks.
maxidi
02/3/2021
14:14
What chance they park it at 39.02p today?...
diku
02/3/2021
13:53
It's not about credibility but justice... wake up .. she has evidence yes? Let her prove it. Simple. What they are afraid of? Show to the voters first and the world there was not fraud... simple.
k38
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