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Dan Davies
Senior Research Advisor, Frontline Analysts. Economics, finance, jokes. Warning: often a high output feed.
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Simon H 52m
. and answer is a big NO. pages 53-61 has everything:
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Dan Davies 1h
the ballot may only have said "Celebrity Big Brother", but everyone understood they were voting to deregulate residents' parking in Exeter
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Dan Davies 1h
yes I just don't see this idea that we have "traditional trading partners" from which Europe was an aberration
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Dan Davies 1h
I can't see the triangular trade being bigger than manufactured goods. "Traditional" has to mean "occasional"
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Dan Davies 3h
just seems to be a lot of masala on this story when it's clear that there's no decision been made on whip
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Dan Davies 3h
tbh it looks like the Guardian's claim to hold facts sacred might be interesting the ASA soon too.
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Dan Davies 3h
not as much as they do in Port Talbot.
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Malcolm Combe 3h
"Devon man finds baby carrot hugging mum, eats both" | Exeter Express and Echo via . Amazing story.
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Dan Davies 3h
a *lot* of it was exports. Wales was the world's largest producer of iron for quite a bit of the C19th
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Dan Davies 3h
thanks!
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Dan Davies 3h
44% of exports, 53% of imports. Add in Norway, Switzerland and Russia ...
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Dan Davies 3h
people are telling me that post 1930 is the period to look at when the tariff system really really favoured it.
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Dan Davies 3h
you can if you like but sugar and tobacco are never going to add up to more than textiles and iron
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Dan Davies 3h
answers I'm getting seem to be that "traditional" = "between the war and 1972".
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Dan Davies 4h
interesting that the strategy of "just straight out lying to their faces" is now considered acceptable for elite audiences too
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Peter Thal Larsen 4h
Chancellor tells : "there was no anti-globalisation rhetoric in the UK referendum campaign." Must mean different campaign.
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Dan Davies 4h
... their entire Latin American possessions with all the gold and silver, were worth considerably less than the port of Antwerp)
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Dan Davies 4h
ISTR this was all something of a side show with respect to European economics (the fact that stuck in my mind was that for Spain...
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Dan Davies 4h
? in the late 1600s we're getting massively wealthy on the wool trade with Europe - what could we be shipping to China that's bigger?
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