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We need a £100 Pound note watch

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    more importantly, we need a £1 note, I wonder what guys throw at the stripclubs???
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    (Original post by theconfusedman)
    How high do you think inflation is???????
    Very very high according to The Bank of England calculator

    £5 in 1990 is worth £10.25 in 2015

    That is 2.9% inflation every year

    http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/educa...h/default.aspx
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    I thought we had a £100 note?
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    (Original post by batoot)
    more importantly, we need a £1 note, I wonder what guys throw at the stripclubs???
    You already get those.
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    (Original post by CreamyChocolate)
    Stuff is costing more and more money due to inflation.

    £5 in 2016 is worth half as less as what it was in 1990.

    £20 notes are too small, and £50 notes are rare

    I think we should get rid of £5 notes and create a £5 coin.

    And create a £100 note

    £50 should become the new £20 note
    I'm pretty sure we did have one but it became phased out? If not I'm sure it still exists

    (Original post by Blondie987)
    I thought we had a £100 note?
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    Imagine losing the £100 note though, I can't even lose £5 without crying
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    (Original post by CreamyChocolate)
    Very very high according to The Bank of England calculator

    £5 in 1990 is worth £10.25 in 2015

    That is 2.9% inflation every year

    http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/educa...h/default.aspx
    Yes i am aware, but a hundred pound note isn't necessary yet. One can argue that a £50 note isnt necessary because it is mainly used by money launderers.

    If you want to radically change the currency system, a better proposal would be to remove the lowest value coins like the 1 and 2p, which nowadays have no value at all and is only used as change and recording transactions.
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    (Original post by Failingstudent98)
    I'm a teenager and I pay for things over £100 in cash. My family by houses in cash.


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    Well apart from you and your family, Pablo Escobar, people don't pay for things in cash.
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    (Original post by Failingstudent98)
    I'm a teenager and I pay for things over £100 in cash. My family by houses in cash.


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    get to the 21st century lol
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    NO to coins. I want a return of a £1 note!

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    Fraud. Problem.
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    (Original post by Mystery.)
    You already get those.
    we have £1 notes?
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    (Original post by ForestShadow)
    we have £1 notes?
    Yeah..
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    Here Here whats else are myself and my Etonian friends going to use to sniff coke from one anothers cracks?
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    (Original post by Supersaps)
    Fraud. Problem.
    So they say. Soon cash will not exist and the populace will never have been so vulnerable to governments and banks
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    (Original post by CreamyChocolate)
    Because our currency does not reflect the prices of our economy

    notes are too low face value and we need more and more of them to pay for simple things

    So I think we should accept inflation and update the value of our notes before things really do get out of hand

    Soon we will need bucket full of cash just to pay for a loaf of bread
    Please give examples of what you said in bold.
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    YOU might need a £100 note.
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    (Original post by CreamyChocolate)
    Because our currency does not reflect the prices of our economy

    notes are too low face value and we need more and more of them to pay for simple things

    So I think we should accept inflation and update the value of our notes before things really do get out of hand

    Soon we will need bucket full of cash just to pay for a loaf of bread
    So you're saying that printing more money is the solution?

    Let me put it like this...
    June 1921 - January 1924, Weimar Republic. Hyperinflation.
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    #1stWorldProblems
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    What a stupid idea
 
 
 
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