So another woman has been removed from a British banknote.
I refer, of course, to Elizabeth Fry - prison reformer, Quaker and consumer of Turkish delight, who is to be replaced by Winston Churchill.
Now, we owe Winnie no ill will. A great man, unless you were a miner. But that leaves us with no women on our banknotes - or, at least, the side without Her Majesty on. The usual suspects have been suggested for next time - Boudicca, Queen Elizabeth, Joanna Lumley, Jane Austen, Margaret Thatcher.
But if you ask me, there's a fine candidate who did marvellous things in a man's world and nobody's ever heard of her.
Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin.
Inventor of protein crystallography (thus enabling modern computer-based drug design) - yep. Fighter against disability? Yes again.
She deserves the creation of a note specially for her. I'd go for £15.
(Image from Wikipedia)