The Isle of Man has become the first part of the British Isles to encourage businesses to round prices to the nearest five pence amid the declining use of coppers.
The Crown Dependency stopped minting Manx pennies and two pence pieces in 2016 due to the spiralling cost of production and the increasingly cashless society.
The island’s currency, the Manx pound, is not legal tender in the UK, but sterling coins and notes are accepted there.
Read more: The end of the one and two pence coin? The Isle of Man becomes the first place in Britain to encourage businesses to round their prices to the nearest five pence amid declining use of coppers