It was $2 to the £ in around 2007.
Knife crime in the US is still worse than ours.
I've personally observed the £ declining against most of the other major currencies for decades now, Brexit (and a long enduring aftermath) is going to make that decline faster IMO. For instance, when I went to Switzerland this year I was staggered by the price of food, honestly it was dramatically expensive. Yet when I was a young child we used to holiday there and not really notice the costs.
The crazy US gun/knife crime stats are city based I'm sure, so long as you don't chose to move to down-town Chigago etc I doubt one would notice it TBH.
Edited by Nev, Today, 07:22 AM.