1. Carla paid £250 for blood tests.
  2. British involvement had cost £9.
  3. The site itself was sold for £1.
  4. They then tried to claim back £1.
  5. In seven years he turned that £1.
  6. That gap is currently around £50.
  7. To buy it for £14 go to bookshop.
  8. To plug the gap left by that £16.
  9. It is currently on the market for £3.
  10. Student of the week wins an extra £2.
  11. They knew from shop records that £296.
  12. The process will cost at least £121bn.
  13. The tomato industry alone is worth £2.
  14. That £121bn price tag may swell further.
  15. It went on the market last year for £14.
  16. The purchase of the power station for £8.
  17. The government eventually offered her £1.
  18. Another complication was that it cost £2.
  19. He calculated that he would earn about £1.
  20. Its renewal will cost a minimum of £205bn.
  21. The fuel alone was going to cost around £200.
  22. The total sum was estimated to be about £380m.
  23. It was certainly an odd choice for a £300 menu.
  24. Sellafield now requires £2bn a year to maintain.
  25. Did they decide to have light bulbs that were £3.
  26. British millionaires in that same decade gave £1.
  27. Even if that meant turning an annual profit of £55.
  28. Private schools could have been expected to pay £1.
  29. For £80 or so you could buy traffic police records.
  30. People get by on average earnings of about £4 a day.