With mere weeks to go before the launch of the new, 12-sided £1 coin, the Treasury has warned the nation it must either use its pound coins - or lose them.
The new £1 launches on 28 March -.. City A.M.
The novelty of the new £5 banknote has worn off since its release by the Bank of England last September.The notes, which caused controversy after it was revealed they contained small amounts of animal.. Essex Chronicle Also reported by •Brentwood Gazette
The soon to hit the streets new polymer £10 note will, like the new £5, also have animal fat in it, the Bank of England has confirmed. The Bank of England has said it will also continue to produce.. Burton Mail
There has already been a dramatic reaction to the news that the new five pound note contains animal fats but now the Bank of England have confirmed the new £10 note will also contain animal fats,.. Gloucestershire Echo Also reported by •Stroud Life •Gloucester Citizen
The Bank of England has risked the wrath of vegetarians and vegans across the nation this week by confirming that its new £10 notes will contain the same animal fat ingredient that caused uproar when.. Essex Chronicle Also reported by •Brentwood Gazette •Ely News •Cambridge News
It has been confirmed that the new polymer £10 note will contain animal fat, as the Bank of England decides to keep the controversial £5 note in circulation. The bank has decided against removing the.. Grimsby Telegraph
DESPITE concerns raised about animal fat found in the new £5 notes, the Bank of England have today confirmed it will also be found in the new £10 notes. The Bank of England has said it will also.. Scunthorpe Telegraph
The new £10 note - which is due to be issued later this year - will contain animal fat despite the controversy over the launch of the polymer fiver.The Bank of England say the new £10 note, due to be.. The Sentinel Stoke
Despite the controversy over the launch of the new fiver, the Bank of England has confirmed that the new £10 note will contain animal fat as well. When the new £5 was released on September 13, it.. Cornish Guardian Also reported by •West Briton