Following the UK Government’s decision on 19 December 2020 to introduce a new Tier 4 with tighter restrictions in the fight against coronavirus, we confirm that our services continue without interruptions.
Following the UK Government's decision on 31 October 2020 to introduce new national restrictions from 5 November 2020 in the fight against coronavirus, we confirm that our services continue without interruptions.
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What are legal tender coins in the UK? Am I allowed to pay a large bill with pennies? We've compiled all the facts you need to know about the legal tender status of coins in the UK. You might want to read this in case you want to pay that large bill with bags of copper...
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The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is ongoing in the United Kingdom. The British government has taken measures to contain and delay the spread of the infectious disease. Businesses in the UK remain open and staff members continue to attend work as normal. People with symptoms are asked to self-isolate. Where possible, staff members are encouraged to work from home.
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