Does London use pounds or euros?

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London uses the pound sterling as the official currency. The euro is the currency used by institutions belonging to the European Union and as such, it is not an official currency in London.
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None of them do. Because London is not a country or continent. London is a city.
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IE7 in particular has issues displaying the euro symbol when it has font-weight of bold. There is no particular reason other than that IE sucks in general. If you take the bold
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One US Dollar equals 0.7323 Euros. One US Dollar equals 0.6446
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Definitely go outside Central London if you are looking to exchange euros to pounds. Clearly exchange places in the centre of town are overloaded with euros due to the tourists, and
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