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The survival of the 'Lewes Pound'

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The day that Lehman Brothers collapsed, two years ago, the town of Lewes in East Sussex launched its own currency called the Lewes Pound.

Reporter Philippa Busby goes to Lewes to find out how the idea of an alternative currency is boosting their economy.


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