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  1. Hazard perception test now features more weather conditions READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/hazard-perception-test-now-features-more-weather-conditions
  2. The Telegraph's Richard Gray meets Victoria Cleland of the Bank of England to discuss the features of the new polymer banknotes Victoria Cleland, the head of the Bank of England's notes division explains that following a three-year research programme and a public consultation during Autumn 2013, the Bank of England has decided that its next £5 and £10 banknotes will be printed on polymer from 2016. The bank’s research showed that polymer banknotes are cleaner, more secure, and more durable than their paper counterparts. They will also provide enhanced counterfeit resilience, and are more
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