Daily Mail wrote:Author Philip Pullman complained the new Brexit 50p coin is missing an Oxford comma.
The 73-year-old novelist told his [Twitter] followers the commemorative Brexit coin should be 'boycotted by all literate people' because it is missing the 'correct' punctuation.
The coin reads: 'Peace, prosperity and friendship with all nations', followed by Friday's date - when Britain will officially leave the European Union.
He implied the 50 piece should instead read: 'Peace, prosperity, and friendship', with the Oxford comma used before the 'and' to make clear the three components of the list are separate.
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