The new £10 notes will be unveiled on Tuesday and will contain animal fat - what do you think?



Vegetarians and animal rights enthusiasts, look away now.
The Bank of England (BoE) has confirmed that the new £10 note, due to be unveiled on July 18, will contain traces of animal fat.
Earlier this year, the BoE confirmed it would not seek to change production method - despite a raft of objections when the new fiver was introduced.
But the central bank is slightly hamstrung when it comes to radically changing the make-up of the new tenners, which will feature an image of Jane Austen.
The new, plastic-y notes contain a product called tallow, which is derived from animal fat and used in the... read more

 
17 July 2017 in Regional North East, Views: 41
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