GreyQueen wrote: »
So, although you can do it, it would be as well to avoid taking in a few grand of outmoded notes, in case Questions Were to Be Asked about where there'd been and what you'd been doing with them since they were withdrawn from circulation.
Frugalsod wrote: »
I was on holiday for 25 years. They only let me out last week, the place was like Hotel California tough to get out and the food rather samey. Yes the notes are a family legacy, anyway can you give me it in £500 bundles, as I owe a couple of friends some money and need to settle accounts.
moneyistooshorttomention wrote: »
It's not a full debate - with all facts known - if any information is withheld.
MrsLurcherwalker wrote: »
1T you're our reporter on the ground, I'd trust your reports of the situation to be accurate over the media ones any day! Keep letting us know what's going on if you can, it's likely that your news will be more up to date too. It's a fact that it's not a problem in isolation for anyone of the European countries, we'll all be affected and we'll all have to be part of the solution when one is found. Thanks for all you have been posting and looking forward to many more of your posts in the future.
greenbee wrote: »
I think when discussing this and the potential impact on us (which as individuals is likely to be negligible) we need to remember that for these people the worst has already happened. What would we do in the same situation? Perhaps we can learn from it.
1Tonsil wrote: »
Breaking news... Greek customs personnel and police have captured 14 containers full of weapons and ammunition, disguised as plastic furniture items destined to refugee camps in Europe.
Is this a case of the comeback of the Trojan horse ???
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