Can a £5 Bank of Scotland note be used in the UK? (Edit: CHAT) Watch

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jamal1425
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Right, thanks everybody! Thats that one cleared up.
Now..how about the dollar!?!/ That really should be legal tender, considering that Britain is more or less run by the Bush Administation!!
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I'm from N.I. and always make sure I get BoE notes before I head across the water. However, I sometimes bring a Bank of Ireland or First Trust Bank note just to make a fuss - because it IS legal tender, although many shops won't accept it.
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