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I've only been using ATMs since 1997 and can't remember Midland Bank/HSBC issuing fivers.

Would be handy at times though.

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Lloyds in Ellesmere Port had fivers 3-4 years ago, I assumed because it was a poor area

That's more like it. Prices rise, incomes dropping. Living standards ground down. Very nasty business.

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According to R4, the average cash withdrawal is £66.

thats odd as it appears impossible to drawn...even with the fivers.

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Foreign withdrawals on Debit card

course, that also implies that MOST house sales are below the average they report too, and no-one buys AT the average price.

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I took 50 quid out of a an HSBC cash machine last week and got a couple of fivers.

Beat me to it. I too recently received a fistful of crisp £5 notes from a HSBC machine x12 to be exact. Saved 'em for my nephew's pocket money, hate giving him manky 5's.

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There is a cash point outside Sainsbury’s behind waterloo station that issues only £5 notes. It's satisfying receiving a nice wad of crisp new fivers... unfortunate then that each one will barely buy you a pint and a packet of crisps.

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According to R4, the average cash withdrawal is £66.

thats odd as it appears impossible to drawn...even with the fivers.

dude if 9 people withdraw £70 each and a 10th person withdraws £30, thats £660 withdrawn by 10 people, averaging £66

make sense to u now?

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dude if 9 people withdraw £70 each and a 10th person withdraws £30, thats £660 withdrawn by 10 people, averaging £66

make sense to u now?

why thank you, I never realised that!

A level maths and physics from 30 years ago just arent what they are today.

Odd its an even number though.

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Let's organise a trivia-riot to demand the return of the £1 note.

I wonder how the future will pan out as the economy regresses?

I can envisage people busking for a burger at Ye Olde McDonalds and in response McDonalds serfs being forced to wear T-shirts bearing the slogan "Groats Not Notes".

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Let's organise a trivia-riot to demand the return of the £1 note.

I wonder how the future will pan out as the economy regresses?

I can envisage people busking for a burger at Ye Olde McDonalds and in response McDonalds serfs being forced to wear T-shirts bearing the slogan "Groats Not Notes".

£1...my dad gave me a 10 shilling note for one Birthday...I spent ALL day spending it. about 1963 I guess.

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