Dey Took Arr Jabs: New British Passport Will be Made In Poland

Even are pasports arn’t Bitish Anymo.

Britain’s new post-Brexit passports will be printed in Poland and will be dark blue instead of the EU’s burgundy red, while the new printing company boasts that the documents will be a true biometric masterpiece.

In an unexpected move, the UK government awarded the contract for its new passport production to a French-Dutch company, Gemalto, which won the £260 million ($326 million) tender to print the documents, seen as a symbol of Britain regaining its national identity after breaking with the European Union. The company has factory lines at various locations, including a large and innovative factory in Tczew, Poland, which is rumored to be the one where the UK passports will be produced in autumn.

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