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When was the last item rationed in UK?

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Rationing in the UK lasted from 1939 till 1954. For some reasons bananas stayed rationed for a few months longer that other things. I thought coal rationing lasted until the late 60's Coal was never rationed in the UK, even in World War 2.

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