New tenner designed for easier identification
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New tenner designed for easier identification

The new £10 note featuring novelist Jane Austen has entered circulation. It is made of polymer and includes raised dots for blind users. The BBC's Simon Gompertz asked blogger Emily Davison, who is partially sighted, what she made of the note.

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