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Old £10 notes must be spent by 1 March 2018, Bank of England reveals

The transition to polymer has sparked controversy after the Bank confirmed that an "extremely small amount" of tallow - or animal fat - was used to produce polymer pellets

Planes across Europe to start running on vegetable oil and animal fat in bid to tackle climate change and toxic air

With long-distance electric-powered transport still a long way off, can advances in renewable fuel made from vegetable oil and waste fill the gap to combat climate change and clean up our toxic air?

When does the old £10 note go out of circulation?

The plastic tenner, which launches today (September 14), still contains a small amount of animal fat
Ely News Also reported by •Cambridge News

COUNTY NEWS: Sussex campaigner’s fury as animal fat stays in banknotes

A leading campaigner against animal fat in banknotes from Sussex plans to take the Bank of England to court over its decision to carry on using it.
Crawley Observer Also reported by •Sussex Express

Banknotes to be kept delicious

THE Bank of England has vowed that £5 and £10 notes will continue to be the animal fat-packed extra-crispy flavourful savoury treats that Britain loves.
The Daily Mash

Vegans angered by Bank of England's decision to keep using animal fat in bank notes

vegans angered by bank of england's decision to keep using animal fat in bank notes
An online petition is calling for the £5 notes to be removed from circulation and branded the use of tallow as "unacceptable".
Ely News Also reported by •Cambridge NewsTelegraph.co.uk

Bank of England sticks with animal-fat cash

bank of england sticks with animal-fat cash
BoE said today that there were environmental risks to using the alternative, derived from palm oil, and that the government had ruled it too expensive.

Bank of England to keep making banknotes with animal fat despite protests

The move is likely to enrage animal rights activists such as Peta and the National Council of Hindu Temples, which have expressed their outrage at the use of tallow

Animal fat to stay in future banknotes, Bank of England concludes

animal fat to stay in future banknotes, bank of england concludes
Some vegans, Hindus and Sikhs are unhappy with the use of tallow in the new polymer banknotes.
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Local News

The Bank of England will keep using animal products for notes

the bank of england will keep using animal products for notes
The Bank of England will continue to use animal products in the manufacture of its banknotes, it announced today.  The Bank faced a storm of criticism last year for using tallow, a form of animal..
City A.M.

Stray dog is so fat people think it's pregnant

stray dog is so fat people think it's pregnant
The portly canine was spotted in a subway station in China last Friday. Station staff thought the dog was going into labour and called for help. But the vet said the animal was 'just too fat'.

Plymouth's first ever vegan festival to take place tomorrow

plymouth's first ever vegan festival to take place tomorrow
WATCH ABOVE: Inside Samphire Brasserie, Plymouth's only 100 per cent vegan restaurantPlymouth's first ever vegan festival is taking place tomorrow. It will be held in the Plymouth Guildhall on..
Plymouth Herald

Another new polymer banknote design has been revealed

another new polymer banknote design has been revealed
Another hi-tech bank note is set to enter circulation and now its latest design has been revealed. The Bank of Scotland has made a small change to the £10 polymer note which is set to hit people's..
City A.M.

Row erupts over Jane Austen Disney princess makeover on new...

row erupts over jane austen disney princess makeover on new...
Historians and biographers say they are not happy with how Jane Austen is being depicted on the forthcoming £10 note. The iconic author will feature on the upcoming polymer note, as confirmed by Bank..
Plymouth Herald

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