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Paul's comments about retail sales and uncertainties caused by political upheaval/Brexit in the UK are timely and useful but I would also make the point that retailers are also under huge pressure in the US where these factors are absent (unless you think Trump will be impeached!). I think the well known impact of the internet and internet companies in intensifying competition is not only…

I would relate that my experience with Purplebricks as a buyer was that they are hopeless but this is based on my sample of one experience so it may be that I was just unlucky. Purplebricks sent out a young assistant to show us around the property and he was pleasant and polite but did not have a clue about the property, the position of…

As far as I can tell, this paragraph is in the right section as the paragraph refers to CML which is being compared to IOM.

Yes Paul I agree that, regardless of your politics, the choices in this election do seem to range from bad to diabolical. The policies and statements just don't seem to be based on rational analysis and for the first time ever, I am considering not voting. Perhaps I should buy shares in YouGov as there appears to be a need amongst political parties for a…

Thanks for the assessment of Churchill China Paul. Yes, UK revenues have stagnated for quite a few years but they are still greater than sales of all other contries combined so I am hoping that there is still be plenty of scope for international growth to drive the company forward. I also like to conservative and experienced management of this company.

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