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After what happened with the £ on Friday, dropping heavy hints over the weekend that there were more tax cuts to come came with risks.

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Why did you give this lot the keys to the kingdom? You knew what they were like. You knew that our protection was the single market and customs union. Why did you do it?
 
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I wonder if someone in government has been talking to Odey. Talking of which, wouldn't it be nice if hedging was illegal?
 
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There is a reason you are a former MP.
 
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They are doing it on purpose David.
 
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Let’s hope so. Preferably the shortest lived PM and Chancellor ever #KamiKwasiEconomics
 
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I wonder how many of these MPs' donors and associates stand to make a lot of money from the collapse of the pound...
 
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Totally - high risk but given they are spinning "more tax cuts to prioritise families" shows they know Friday has played very badly with voters.
 
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Anyone would think they are doing it on purpose 🤔
 
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Liz and Rees Mogg are making money for their hedge fund manager mates who bet against the pound.
 
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The falling Pound literally means that everything British is losing value - Brexit delivering again!
 
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Out of curiosity, now big business and the wealthiest have been given the lions share of the tax breaks, how long will it be before they kick start things and help build the U.K. economy to create the sunny uplands promised. I’m sure Kami-Kwasi & Truss have it all worked out.
 
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Beginning to think this was deliberate - surely he's not THAT incompetent
 
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I don’t think Kwasi cares and looking at his strange behaviour during the Funeral and having sacked the Treasury’s Permanent Secretary, I’d say we’re f***ed
 
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Perhaps you could have lots of good days in the future not to be a Conservative MP by doing us all a favour by resigning and leaving the stage. You were useless and disloyal anyway!
 
 
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when you make a big effort to look stupid pic.twitter.com/j4Ww1gh3p4
 
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The pound will be $1.06 by lunchtime tomorrow.
 
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More moolah for certain hedge fund managers.
 
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I am sure people who read the statesman will be interested in what you have to say, but Tory members & voters will ignore it.
 
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Good way to drive the short on £ though, with quite significant upsides for hedge fund trader donations to the Tory party!
 
With Risks?
More like deliberate
 
 
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Can’t comment on markets but can comment on things that are likely to influence them
 
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The worst people announcing the worst budget and the worst time. It's sabotage.
 
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Best to get it out the way now, we have already seen it has partially bounced back. Markets fluctuate, big wup.
 
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Pre planned for a further drop
 
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They will probably go long this time and do the opposite just for shiggles.
 
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John Major and Norman Lamont crashed the £; Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng have crashed the £. The pair of them are like Laurel and Hardy.
 
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Is it being done on purpose ? Maybe they want it to tank.
 
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Because investors, like the government haven't the faintest idea where that money is coming from. If it goes below 1 then Truss is in big trouble.
 
 
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Not for the chaps Shorting the Pound, no doubt they did very well, they may even donate a few ££££ to the Tory party . Perhaps this is the trickle down in effect
 
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