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  TopCat® 17:22 10 Sep 2013
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polymer that is.

The Bank of England is seeking consultations and public opinion on converting our banknotes to polymer based ones. Are you in favour of this proposal or not - my vote is a 'yes' TC. polymer proposal

  wiz-king 17:47 10 Sep 2013

If I say yes can I get the BOGOF offer?

  Forum Editor 19:02 10 Sep 2013

Did we talk about this before? Perhaps I imagined it.

I've handled Australian banknotes, which are polymer, and they're fine. I'm all for it if there's a chance our money will be less prone to picking up millions of bacteria and faecal matter.

  Woolwell 19:17 10 Sep 2013

FE your memory is not failing Speakers Corner

  TopCat® 19:35 10 Sep 2013

Last December I believe the subject was aired, however consumers have the chance to give an opinion directly to the Bank. TC.

opinion

  Mr Mistoffelees 19:58 10 Sep 2013

When I heard about this on the news, I just found myself wondering why the Bank of England has taken so long to get around to producing plastic notes.

  bumpkin 20:11 10 Sep 2013

Curious as to what FE uses his £50 notes for:-)

  Aitchbee 22:33 10 Sep 2013

It'll just make 'money laundering' a whole lot easier ... as the plastic notes will come-up-a-treat ... on a low temperature 20c degrees [machine] wash ... and without the need for any fabric conditioner, too.

I'm gonna give those plastic notes the thumbs up!

  bumpkin 23:17 10 Sep 2013

Aitchbee, No HB I am happy with a pocket full of paper covered in faeces why change this.

  Picklefactory 12:58 11 Sep 2013

I do get a bit nostalgic for some of the older notes, but the world must move on, and just as I didn't really like it when the old style notes all shrank to the current Monopoly money size, I could see the good reasoning behind it. This is the same for me, I'm sure I'll be nostalgic about paper money, but I think it will be a practical improvement.

I'm in.

  bumpkin 14:11 11 Sep 2013

Joking aside I think plastic is the way forward but why only fives and tens. I also think we should by now have a £100 note as does Scotland.

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