'Solutions' sought for animal fat in United Kingdom fiver

'Solutions' sought for animal fat in United Kingdom fiver

Innovia, the company that manufacturers the banknotes said it obtains its animal fat through a supplier, but declined to name the supplier. "Our supplier of polymer substrate, Innovia Security, has confirmed to us that these additives may include extremely small amounts of tallow", the Bank said in a statement released Wednesday.

Trump takes on another Mexico-bound Indiana manufacturer

He followed up with Carrier and made a deal that saved hundreds of jobs. "What the president-elect did with Carrier was simply reach out one American to another and ask them to reconsider", Pence said . In a series of early morning tweets Sunday, Trump said companies with offshore factories would face a 35% tax on products they want to sell back in the U.S.

Italy hit by market volatility after referendum defeat

The Italian finance minister Pier Carlo Padoan - the favourite to succeed Renzi - stayed in Rome amid the sensitive situation in Italy. The outcome of the referendum on constitutional reforms in Italy has prompted Premier Matteo Renzi to announce his resignation after 2 1/2 years in office.

Palin blasts Trump for Carrier deal

President-elect Donald Trump took a victory lap at the Carrier plant in Indianapolis yesterday - where about 1,100 jobs were saved from being shipped to Mexico - and vowed that other USA companies would pay a steep price if they go ahead with plans to relocate factories overseas.

Mainstream relief as leftist candidate wins in Austria

Austrian voters roundly rejected on Sunday a candidate vying to become the first freely elected far-right head of state in Europe since World War Two, halting at least temporarily the wave of populism sweeping Western democracies. Van der Bellen said: "We see a red white red signal of hope and change goes from Austria to all the capitals of Europe today". Hofer conceded defeat before all ballots were counted, in a message that sought to heal political divisions after a heated one-year ...

Brexit slams brakes on British growth

Britain ramped up its borrowing forecasts on Wednesday as the economy slows in the wake of the Brexit vote, finance minister Philip Hammond said in the country's first budget plan since voters made a decision to leave the European Union.The weaker growth and tighter public finances outlined by Hammond leave Prime Minister Theresa May's government little room to ramp up public spending or make big cuts to taxes to help the world's fifth-largest economy through its EU divorce.Britain will need ...