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The Guardian
The post-Brexit financial world remains deeply uncertain
Despite the market’s predictably volatile reaction to the EU referendum result, the longer-term impact will be harder to gauge
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Bruce Tarran 24 Jun 16
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Who does the Guardian claim to represent? Clearly not the British working class.
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ibalut micheal 24 Jun 16
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the worst of the storm is passing
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mazzerooni 24 Jun 16
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I'm working class and British and they represent me - no more disagreeable newspapers now?Any books you want burning
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Jim Mitchell 24 Jun 16
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One less member of the Global Corporations' Bilderberg Group (PM Cameron) in Politics is a 'Win-Win' for every decent human being!
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Bruce Tarran 24 Jun 16
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Rich people calling poor people on fixed hours contracts stupid for disagreeing with them. your enemy.
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Thomas 24 Jun 16
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it's only been one day mate give us a chance. Go home kick back and listen to Rule Britannia and just enjoy the bliss
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mazzerooni 24 Jun 16
Replying to @Tarrantennis @guardian
poor people on 0 hours contracts blaming the EU =stupid indeed
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Bruce Tarran 24 Jun 16
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Yes, u are right - the low-paid working class who voted Brexit are just stupid. And represents u perfectly.
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mazzerooni 24 Jun 16
Replying to @Tarrantennis @guardian
to be honest after yesterday, yes they are.
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john mahoney 24 Jun 16
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settle down everything will be ok 👌 little boys playing monopoly, making billions pounds, stay calm
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