And Finally... Five quid note set to return to cashpoints
The ÃÂ£5 note could return to ATMs after the Bank of England yesterday launched a campaign for their greater use.
Chiefs want High Street banks and stores to give out more of them after tests by HSBC and Sainsbury's showed a huge demand for them.
Bank of England executive director Andrew Bailey told a Washington conference there was now convincing evidence to "press the case for raising the dispense of ÃÂ£5s".
He added: "In the New Year I hope and expect we will take these examples to other financial institutions and retailers to make the case for a change of policy towards issuing ÃÂ£5s.
"There is a good deal of aversion among the commercial sector to change in this area.
"Yet our evidence suggests that the public wants more of them and of a better quality."
A Sainsbury's pilot found that using fivers shortened till queues.
There are ÃÂ£1.3billion of the notes currently in circulation - up a third in the past two years.