The new plastic £5 note sent collectors into a spin as they searched for special editions of the polymer bill - but what about the new £10 note? Following the Bank of England's launch of the new fiver, which features Sir Winston Churchill and is hailed as "longer lasting" and "harder to forge", attention is beginning to turn to the forthcoming plastic £10 note. Details are sketchy, with officials remaining tight-lipped about the official release date of the upcoming £10 note.
Whether it’s selling to a customer in France or importing supplies from Italy, Europe plays an instrumental role for many of the UK’s online retailers. The EU is Britain’s largest trading partner, while western European markets account for more than 50% of the export market for online businesses, according to Volo, the community of multichannel sellers. Now online retailers – like many businesses, politicians and the rest of society – are grappling to understand what the deci
The Bank of England’s first plastic banknote, the new Winston Churchill fiver, will be unveiled at Blenheim Palace, the wartime leader’s ancestral home, on Thursday. It forms part of the Bank’s switch to polymer banknotes, which will end 320 years of paper money. The Churchill fiver, which goes into circulation in September, will be the first of a series of new plastic notes, followed by the Jane Austen £10 next year and the JMW Turner £20 by 2020. Manufactured from a transpa