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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
  -0.16 -0.37% 43.255 43.18 43.21 43.63 43.175 43.63 158,942,064 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,167.0 1,226.0 1.2 36.0 30,650

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07/3/2021
13:09
Even the BoE and canary wharf institutions want is to shake off the final remnants of the EU yolk. The only way the EU will become relevany is if its successful & it isnt! Most member states have fallen out of love with the shabby demanding hag lol.
utrickytrees
07/3/2021
12:55
I bet Utricky doesn't know who Erasmus was. Probably has to Google it. What a thicko.
minerve 2
07/3/2021
12:55
HopeMarch 7, 2021Nice,PHE/NHS pamphlet with invitations for vaccinations is worth a read. It is clear from the leaflet it is not known if the vaccines stop the spread of the virus so why is there talk of passports?A lot of "should" included with indeterminate language, even when referring to pregnant women to another website rather than give definitive advice etc ed..although good to read pregnant women not "people" like the Marxist govt uses.Where is the evidence for compulsory wearing of masks? Why no reference to the latest Danish study last year where masks make no significant difference as Van Tam originally told this nation. No check on quality or standards. Again, why a recommendation for children to wear them! All about scaring people into govt. totalitarian compliance. The quality of some masks are visibly about fashion not medical infection reasons. Good to see people some US states burning them.An absolute never-ending govt. horror show on every level- socially, economically, educationally, way of life, freedoms, liberties and governance.JR, suggest review of NHS in dispensing with all management tiers with a view to converting to operational duties like nurses, doctors, cleaners.... John Redwood blog
xxxxxy
07/3/2021
12:51
Jacko07 Erasmus was the primary vehicle for student swaps worldwide. It's not a means-tested system per se but you can get financing for the kids if your finances aren't that great. Here is some advice: Read up, learn and know about something before you comment on it because you obviously know very little about Erasmus.
minerve 2
07/3/2021
12:47
Momentum is BADLabour is BAD.EUSSR is BAD.
xxxxxy
07/3/2021
12:46
EU's Erasmus: barely used, ideologically-driven, fearfully expensiveWe show Ms Sturgeon exactly why the Government made the right decision in dropping it?© Twitter, added to by Brexit Facts4EU.OrgFacts4EU.Org's lesson no.2 about why the UK left the EU's expensive youth indoctrination planIn our 'Primer' on Erasmus+ yesterday we looked at some political aspects of the whole debate, and at the Government's new 'Turing Scheme' which will replace it. Today we start looking at Erasmus+ itself, and why it was never right for the United Kingdom's needs.With the UK taking seven out of the ten top places in the Times' list of "Best universities in Europe 2021", it is clear that the EU needs the UK far more than the UK needs the EU, when it comes to student exchanges.No wonder the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) reports that an astonishing 143,000 students from the EU27 were studying in the UK in the academic year 2018/2019.We present the facts about Erasmus - the EU scheme to indoctrinate the youth of a continentIn this report we answer the following key questionsIs Erasmus+ a university student exchange programme?How many UK students have actually benefited?How much has it cost the UK taxpayer?What is Erasmus+ and why is it dangerous?How many UK university staff have taken advantage of it?Photo right: Last year's EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker was rather keen on his youth initiatives. Photo © EU Commission?1. Is Erasmus+ a university student exchange programme?No, it is not. Here is how the EU Commission describes it:"Erasmus+ is the EU's programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe."This is not a description of an exchange programme, allowing students at UK universities to spend part of their degree courses at EU universities. It is a far wider programme, involving sport, youth work studies, and other activities and it is vastly expensive, costing billions. (See below.)2. How many UK university students have benefited from Erasmus+?This is the key question. How many students benefit for the billions the UK has spent with the EU on the Erasmus+ programme?BREXIT FACTS4EU.ORG SUMMARY99.6% of UK students don't even use the EU's youth system, while EU27 students benefit hugely?© Brexit Facts4EU.Org - click to enlargeErasmus+ was used by only 9,993 UK students in 2019 [Source: EU Commission]That's less than 10,000 out of a total of 2,383,970 higher education students in the UK [source:HESA]Only 0.4% of UK students in higher education use the EU's Erasmus+99.6% of UK students do not even use it at allThis alone makes the costs completely unjustifiable... More... Facts4eu
xxxxxy
07/3/2021
12:43
John Redwood@johnredwood·3hGlad to see the UK government is out to ensure the free flow of goods within the UK single market as agreed with the EU. A UK supermarket needs to be able to send food from GB to Northern Ireland easily.
xxxxxy
07/3/2021
12:40
Was it in the manifesto?
minerve 2
07/3/2021
12:40
Erasmus taken away without our consent.
minerve 2
07/3/2021
12:39
"Shame that Germany and France aren't doing too well and there is so much unrest within the bloc." No unrest here then, eh? NI, Scotland and Wales all happy campers! LOL!
minerve 2
07/3/2021
12:38
Scruff1 You are a fool in the sense of being allowed to be duped by a bunch of charlatans and liars, although in your case I can perhaps understand why this happened. Others like Pierre and Poikka have no excuses.
minerve 2
07/3/2021
12:29
scruff...Remoaners including Minnie think all Brexiteers are old, but statistics out recently say 68% of Brits are now fully on board with Brexit. Shame that Germany and France aren't doing too well and there is so much unrest within the bloc.
jacko07
07/3/2021
12:11
UK banks are treated like utilities. Enough.
jordaggy
07/3/2021
11:43
Agree optomistic...it is political intervention to have regulators overseeing business and worse still empowering them with control of returns to the business owners. For former nationalised industries that were privatised, there was a sort of argument for regulatory control to gain favour by appeasing the middle ground and lefties. Suppose we have Fed the Shred to thank for this regulatory interference though. It is a nonsense to pay CEOs and other Directors huge salaries and bonuses and then interfere with what they do. Guess that's why some see Lloyds as a nationalised bank still.
cheshire pete
07/3/2021
11:27
Minnie Cant deny the fool but how do you know I am old ???
scruff1
07/3/2021
11:19
It's well past your medication time Min...
maxk
07/3/2021
11:12
The UK has to this day not exported a single vial of AZ vaccine produced on its soil to Europe or anywhere else in the world. It’s pretty hypocritical for the English to criticize Italy for doing exactly as the do.
minerve 2
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