Royal Mail is attempting to make postage stamps more fun with the launch of a series entitled Great British Weather. The first class stamp is the first to use heat-sensitive ink. It features a cloud that changes from the ‘dark and gloomy’ to a ‘cheerful sky blue’ when it is rubbed. Cats and dogs are depicted in the second class stamp. The stamps have been designed by Howard Brown and Tony Meeuwissen and will be launched on 13 March.
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