Irish people planning trips to Britain have been advised to check their holdings of sterling cash for old £20 notes before they travel, as they might not be able to spend them.
Shops and businesses in Britain are no longer obliged to accept the old £20 note, which features composer Edward Elgar on the back and is worth round €24.The Bank of England began withdrawing these notes from circulation last week, ending a three-year changeover...
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