Why we don't track the blue pound, or blue euro

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Generally speaking, when a chief executive resigns, it is taken as a sign of at least temporary instability, and that nation's currency will dip a bit. You know you're really horribad at your job when your resignation causes the currency to go up.
 

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Not sure if any of you were aware of the “Lettuce vs Liz Truss” live feed competing her survival against the shelf life of a lettuce. Suffice to say, the lettuce won
 

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Not sure if any of you were aware of the “Lettuce vs Liz Truss” live feed competing her survival against the shelf life of a lettuce. Suffice to say, the lettuce won
I think it was a cabbage
 

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The only thing I particularly resent is that my country had to descend into even deeper political crises than the last few years. In the 6 weeks since I arrived here, I’ve seen from across the pond the death of our monarch and 2 prime ministerial resignations. It’s almost like they’re trying to game when I should exchange the shockingly weak pound for pesos at western Union!
 
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