Criminal Punishments For Destabilising The Economy – A (Very) Short History

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In the year 1124, the King of England had a problem with the people who produced the kingdom’s money. The quality of the coins in the early part of the reign was poor, as the moneyers made a large profit by producing underweight coins or coins of debased fineness. In 1124 Henry called all 150…

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RBS Treat QR Codes Like They Treat Our Cash

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Oh RBS! Is there anything you touch that doesn’t turn to shit? You take our money, lose it, then pay it out to yourself. Still, at least your latest advert contains a QR code. Bet you haven’t managed to screw that up. Oh… On the back page of the 25 February 2011 edition of the…

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