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Tesco to take �235m hit after reaching deal over accounting scandal
Supermarket giant Tesco will take a �235 million hit after reaching an agreement with authorities over its accounting scandal that will see it make a hefty compensation payout to investors.
Tesco compensation: Are you eligible?  
Tesco pays the price for its accounting scandal  
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The 12-sided �1 coin has been placed for sale online by sellers asking several times its face value. The new coin started to enter circulation on Tuesday - and bags stuffed with the new coins have been delivered to banks up and down the country.
Coca-Cola says the incident at its bottling factory in Lisburn, Co Antrim, was an isolated one. Photograph: Coca-Cola/PA. Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company.
If you've got one of the 12-sided coins already, is it worth trying to flog it to coin collectors? Share; Comments. ByHannah Graham.
FILE PHOTO -- A Tesla car showroom is seen in west London, Britain, March 21, 2017. REUTERS/Toby Melville/File Photo. 1/2. left. right.
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