The best alternative designs for the commemorative Brexit 50p coin
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Opinion is split on the Treasury's decision to release three million commemorative Brexit 50p coins into circulation on January 31st.
Remainers have vowed to either refuse the coin in shops, take them out of circulation by keeping them locked away, or will donate to charities or pro-European organisations instead.
Meanwhile others took to social media to come up with their own designs for the Brexit 50p coin.
Here are just some of those designs floating around social media...
On the other side of the coin is this: pic.twitter.com/9AIUfRErzk— Andrew R King ?#FBPE5000 #RejoinEU (@AndrewRKing_EU) January 26, 2020
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https://twitter.com/MrJoeGooch/status/1221414124237860866 https://twitter.com/Gpoptosis/status/1221340334749376512 https://twitter.com/wefail/status/1221361436368220160 https://twitter.com/christineburns/status/1221487172706017281
Other versions are available. pic.twitter.com/UDzzRMw6KF— Phil Burns (@philburns) January 26, 2020
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