Repatriation movement growing in Ireland?

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Goldcore appears to be pushing for one (they own a vault business):

IRELAND’S Central Bank has refused to say if it plans to move almost €200m worth of gold bars from the vaults of the Bank of England as a result of Brexit, insisting that any such move would be “commercially sensitive”.

The gold reserves have been held by its UK counterpart for a number of years, and the Central Bank has traditionally been coy on the precise details of the reserves, and the terms of the arrangement it has with the Bank of England.
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More: https://news.goldcore.com/us/gold-b...cuss-gold-reserves-in-bank-of-england-vaults/
 

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Cant see it happening.

The good people of Ireland seem to be well trained folk.
They would be told how usless gold is and to trust the ECB .........

They missed the chance to tell the banksters to fuck off when they had the chance and actually fell for the european idea of 'keep voting till you come up with the 'right' answer '
 
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