Old Tenners Now Old News

Business
Old Tenners Now Old News After 11.59pm TODAY (March 1st) our cotton paper £10 notes will no longer be accepted as legal tender. The Bank of England unveiled and launched its new state-of-the-art £10 polymer note in autumn last year.
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New online service proposed for reporting road accidents

Consumer Law
31/01/2018 New online service proposed for reporting road accidents Drivers could soon be able to report accidents online under Dept for Transport proposals that aim to free up police time and ease the burden on motorists, who currently have to
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The beginning of the end for dodgy parking firms?

Consumer Law
The beginning of the end for dodgy parking firms? A stringent new code of practice that will ban rogue parking operators who fail to observe its rules from accessing driver data and issuing charges, thus effectively driving them out of
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Period before first MoT test remains at 3 years

Consumer Law
19/01/2018 Period before first MoT test remains at 3 years (E, S, W) The period before new cars and motor cycles require their first MoT tests will continue to be 3 years, after response to Dept for Transport proposals *
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New regulations ban retailers from surcharging customers’ payments (UK)

Consumer Law
12/01/2018 New regulations ban retailers from surcharging customers’ payments (UK) Retailers will be banned from surcharging their customers for using debit or credit cards or any other payment method from 13 January, when a provision in the Second EU Payment
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