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The CSCB said: “All the Scottish banks will begin to withdraw paper notes from circulation as the polymer notes are issued. “These notes will continue to be honoured, however, if you have any ...
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It is a year since the Bank first issued the polymer £50 banknote featuring Bletchley Park codebreaker and scientist Alan Turing. The Turing 50 completed the Bank's “family” of polymer notes, with all of its denominations – 5, 10, 20 and 50 – now printed ...
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Heineken shared the warning online and tweeted: “This is a scam, thank you for highlighting it to us”
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