Animal products in new fiver 'unacceptable'
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Hindu Forum of Britain: Animal products in new fiver 'unacceptable'

Trupti Patel, president of umbrella body the Hindu Forum of Britain, says the revelation that the new five pound note may contain animal products is "totally and utterly unacceptable".

She tells BBC Radio 4's PM programme that rather than use tallow - produced from the cattle rendering process - the Bank of England could have found an artificial material. "Even diamonds are created artificially," she said.

  • 29 Nov 2016
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