Originally Posted by P. de Bierkabouter
No sure what you mean , you have taken a quote in one post and attributed it to another.
Dont really see any contradiction myself , high street sales in the first article have had the most dissapointing quarter since 2009 as inflation worries mount , but still a section of the public seem blissfully unaware of developing problems and are carrying on spending , just not as much as before so no immediate crash as the likes of osbourne and the scaremongers in the English remain team were advocating thus building a false sense of security.
The argument from some was that brexit was going to be a slow motion train crash , as various articles are indicating , not the immediate "fall off the cliff" prominent members of remain in england were spouting.
Thats all i meant.
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