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Million pound note


daz60

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I remember watching a movie with Gregory Peck about a man who has in his possession a million pound note,i thought this was just a movie but then i find this,

http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/274549/Sold-at-a-knockdown-price-a-million-pound-note

sold for....well... the value of money is not what it used to be.

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interzone55

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Grey Goo

When I worked in retail I remember dreading getting a £50 in the till because we'd either have to keep it in the safe until another 49 came along so we could bank them via Securicor, or I had to walk all the way across town to deposit it in our company Merchant Account at RBS and pay £1 for the pleasure.

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LanceAlot

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"Tony Blair ran the country for over 10 years and was paid less than many senior civil servants. A few dozen Premier League players pocket more per match than the Chief Executive of the UK is paid per year.

If someone is willing to pay Tony Blair a big bag of cash to make a speech you can hardly blame him for accepting it with a grin.

He's not the first Prime Minister to go on the speech and consultation circuit, and he won't be the last.

When she, err graciously stepped aside, Margaret Thatcher (a lifelong non-smoker) was paid £500k by Philip Morris Tobacco to help them challenge various pieces of anti-tobacco legislation in Europe..."

I've learned a lot. Thanks.

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