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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
  -0.18 -0.37% 48.07 48.05 48.06 48.45 47.79 48.25 114,563,454 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,167.0 1,226.0 1.2 40.1 34,108

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17/5/2021
23:38
Couldn't fight a bunch of gnats out of the garden shed.
minerve 2
17/5/2021
23:35
UK government split over Australia trade deal Cabinet worried about political fallout and backlash from agriculture sector if UK grants tariff-free access to farming produce Peter Foster in Brighton and George Parker in London 2 HOURS AGO The British government is locked in a “ferocious” internal battle over whether to sign off a trade deal with Australia after a split between the department of agriculture and the department of international trade over the terms of the agreement.  Two people with knowledge of internal discussions said ministers were divided over whether to grant tariff-free access to Australian farmers, which would risk a backlash from the UK farming industry — and potentially spark domestic political fallout.  Clinching a deal with Australia — the first big post-Brexit trade deal that is not a ‘rollover’ of existing agreements the UK enjoyed as a EU member — would be a symbolic moment for Brexiters arguing for the benefits of free trade. The government announced in April that it was in a “sprint” to finalise the deal by June ahead of the G7 summit in Cornwall, which Australia’s prime minister Scott Morrison has been invited to attend as a guest. People briefed on the internal discussions said Liz Truss, international trade secretary, regarded the issue as a “crunch point”. One government official said: “Liz argues that if you can’t get a good trade deal with Australia, who can you get one with?” But she is meeting stiff opposition from George Eustice, the environment secretary, and Michael Gove, the Cabinet Office minister, who have warned of the political fallout from a zero-tariff deal, the two insiders said. There is an absolutely ferocious row going on in Whitehall over the Australia deal with real pressure to get it resolved by the end of this week. Gove and Eustice are on one side, Truss and Frost on the other Both camps admit they have no idea which way Boris Johnson will jump on the issue. “It’s the $100m question,” said one government official. Downing Street declined to comment. One person with knowledge of the discussions said: “There is an absolutely ferocious row going on in Whitehall over the Australia deal with real pressure to get it resolved by the end of this week. Gove and Eustice are on one side, Truss and [Lord David] Frost on the other.” At the same time, Lord Daniel Hannan, a pro-Brexit conservative peer who was appointed last September to the UK board of trade as an adviser, alongside the former Australian prime minister Tony Abbott, argued vociferously for the deal. Hannan accused the “National Farmers’ Union officials, the Defra blob and a handful of Tory backwoodsmen” of trying to preserve the status quo and failing to embrace the free trade opportunities of Brexit, which included exports to Asia where meat prices are higher than in Europe. “If we can’t do a proper trade deal even with our kinsmen Down Under, we might as well throw in the towel,” he wrote in the Sunday Telegraph.  Full article here: hTtps://www.ft.com/content/8c5f7a0c-6be8-42be-b2de-fe721dc08701
maxk
17/5/2021
23:05
Jeeez, is Minny still on here like a fart in a lift stinking the place out?? He promised to move to Stockholm if Brexit happened!!
gettingrichslow
17/5/2021
21:43
5x Any chance of an abridged version of war & peace in future
scruff1
17/5/2021
21:42
Jack Salter17 May 2021 9:18PMWhy is the government scared of ending lockdown? What is the monster lurking out there....?7LikeReplyDavid Jewell17 May 2021 9:19PM@Jack SalterDemocracy....our ability to change things.7LikeReplyFrabjous Day17 May 2021 9:19PM@Jack SalterUnemployment and huge numbers of people getting kicked out of their homes.... Daily Telegraph
xxxxxy
17/5/2021
21:29
Lockdown Belief = FlatEarth Belief.Lockdowners = FlatEarthers
xxxxxy
17/5/2021
21:02
Can someone tell me if there any whites left in this country every time An advert comes on there all black even the cartoons
asa8
17/5/2021
21:00
One good thing in the Queens speech that HMG will do. They are bringing in law to protect free speech on University campuses. Excellent. I wonder if anyone will have the courage to say that Horatio Nelson was a national hero? They may even take down Nelsons column, but who would have the guts to protest against that? The next General election will be interesting with capitalism and individual liberties undergoing a re-set. Woke versus free market capitalism.
careful
17/5/2021
20:27
Work ethic in a lot of sectors is out of window...looking at mobile phone at every opportunity is first priority...over 20 years ago when there were no mobile phones people did a proper days work...
diku
17/5/2021
19:05
I said to the job centre : that I wanted to be an astronaut : but I wasn't prepared to travel.
pandy999
17/5/2021
18:53
What the hell is going on? As soon as lockdown is lifted, people go running to the pubs, jetting off on holiday, watching large sporting events etc. Not being a kill-joy but surely people should get back to work first and Government furlough payments stopped. What happened to the work ethic that taught people that man was born to work?
utyinv
17/5/2021
18:49
Stop voting for the same , their all the bloody same destroy your vote if need.
pandy999
17/5/2021
18:32
Wish you wouldn't You need your misery to end
sentimental rules
17/5/2021
18:29
Pandy Why do we not have the capacity projected to make here. Answer - Gov stuck in an effing rut - no vision - and no competence to engineer anything but C 19 fears. Sad indictment of a Govt embroiled in a wallpaper scandal
jl5006
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