30 thoughts on “De Sunday Papers

      1. Ollie Cromwell

        In terms of the number of breweries I’d have to agree with you.
        I rather like breweries.
        And their products.
        Today feels like a day for the high stool.

    1. Cú Chulainn

      Old bean, considering the number of people killed and maimed in the conflict, that really isn’t very funny at all. Just a self righteous piece of twaddle we have come to expect from an uniformed British public. Despite that, I will miss you when you are gone Oliver. Not long now. Tick tock..

          1. Ollie Cromwell

            The only “crowd” advising me is me.
            Golden rule – buy when everyone else is selling.
            And sell when the Muppet in the pub without a pot to piss in opines about real estate.
            Good times.

          2. jusayinlike

            Apartments in ballbriggan for cash…

            Hahahahahaha brilliant..

            I’d imagine they snapped the cash outta your hand.

            How are you finding the totally unregulated management fees?

      1. Ollie Cromwell

        Mind you,one could always go and work for the touchy-feely Ryanair run by the Irish chief Michael O’Leary …

          1. Ollie Cromwell

            Actually British Airways is run by a Spaniard Alex Cruz.
            Willie Walsh is head of the parent company IAG.
            By the by I’m no fan of BA.
            Rapidly deteriorating customer service and chavvy cabin crew are letting the national carrier down badly.
            Mind you at least their trolly dollies don’t share their Aer Lingus counterparts tendency to apply make-up with a trowel and tip the scales at the obese level.
            Asian and Middle East carriers are my preferred choice of flying.

  1. SOQ

    Looks like the pressure is mounting on May to release the legal advice so. Labour, DUP, Lib Dems and SNP all writing to House of commons speaker.

      1. SOQ

        Haven’t read anything apart from that it is a tribal attempt by May to rally the Tories behind her.

        It is bizarre that MP’s are expected to vote on a deal while both the legal advice and impact assessments are kept locked away. The DUP must know at least some of the details. There is not a snowball’s chance in hell of Labour MP’s voting for it, they would be crucified by both sides simultaneously.

  2. Ollie Cromwell

    Great result for Gibraltar in the Euro 2020 qualifying draw.
    They’ve got Ireland in the same group…

    1. bisted

      …probably compensation for Gibraltar since they gave an almost unanimous Remain vote in the brexit referendum…and it might be their last chance to play in anything before they return to Spain…

    1. johnny

      Eoin,the prospectus has not been filed yet, the special servicer is key in that they will set the ‘tone’.Given the strong demand for bonds backed by Irish residential mortgages (this is one of many),it undermines the non factual based argument that new borrowers are paying for the sins of reckless lenders, via higher interest rates.

      “Glenbeigh Securities 2018-1 Designated Activity Company was set up on Friday the 2nd of November 2018”

      https://www.solocheck.ie/Irish-Company/Glenbeigh-Securities-2018-1-Designated-Activity-Company-637000

      -did you come across the bigged up,Central Bank paper on vulture funds and borrowers,they have locked me out due too IP issues-Page Not Found (404) messages, was looking under Mortgage Measures.

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