'What is the future of money?'- competition for 16-18 year olds

The Bank of England is looking for students from secondary schools and colleges from Tatton to take part in their blogging competition run in conjunction with the Financial Times. 

The topic is ‘What is the future of money?’

They want to hear the thoughts of students from all parts of the UK who are aged 16 to 19.  Entrants can write about any aspect of the future of money.   Their arguments should be backed up by sound reasoning and, if possible, relevant data.  The winning blogs will be published on the Bank of England’s Bank Underground blog and the FT Online.

Further details about the competition can be found on the Bank’s website.

To take part students  should submit their blogs, of no more than 500 words, to the Bank of England by 31 January 2019.  The winners will be notified by email by April. 

If you do enter, please let me know; it would be great to have a strong representation from the constituency.


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