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No – the image above isn’t the new Brexit 50p – nor even the version that had to be melted down.

But This Writer couldn’t resist using the image, which is more appropriate to the UK’s fate than the Tory government’s preferred version, which simply shows the words, “Peace, prosperity and friendship with all nations” and the date: 31 January 2020.

My understanding is that the only part of those words that may be accurate is the date – which is ironic because a million copies of the original coin were consigned to the flames because they had the wrong date.

The coin is, naturally, proving popular with Brexit supporters – with 13,000 expressions of interest in a commemorative version.

I would suggest that it is also a good investment for lovers of irony.

Source: Brexit 50p finally pictured after a million coins with wrong date melted down – Mirror Online

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