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Sticking to my Guns: The inevitable fall of Sterling, Referendum or no Referendum

I return briefly to the topic of the Pound Sterling. Some people derided my article on how it would have fallen anyway, on the basis that I’m not an economist, a FOREX trader or a financial journalist. Well, I’d only...
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