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What to do if you find an old £5 or £10 note

More than a year after they stopped being legal tender, there are still £1.5bn-worth of paper £5 and £10 notes that haven't been cashed in.

Everything you need to know about the new £50 note

The Bank of England has announced it's withdrawing all paper £50 notes to be replaced with polymer versions. Which? explains how £50 notes are changing and how it will affect you.

Which? urges more scrutiny on threat to UK’s cash machines

Millions could lose access to free cash withdrawals because of LINK's recent decision.

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