Even some small part of the Indy is now waking up to the realisation that the big fall in the Pound was a) long overdue and is b) hugely beneficial.
AEP nails it in the Telegraph, quoting Mervyn King:
"During the referendum campaign, someone said the real danger of Brexit is you'll end up with higher interest rates, lower house prices and a lower exchange rate, and I thought: dream on. Because that's what we've been trying to achieve for the past three years and now we have a chance of getting it."
Roll on dollar parity.