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Fury as E.coli butcher re-opens

Parents of children struck down by E.coli condemned a decision to allow meat suppliers John Tudor and Sons to reopen for business, according to the South Wales Echo.
Owner William Tudor has always denied his firm was responsible for the outbreak of food poisoning, which killed five-year-old Mason Jones, but health inspectors issued emergency prohibition notices against the business citing ‘inadequate disinfection procedures’.
The Food Standards Agency said it believed there was a link between John Tudor and Sons and the outbreak.
The business will not be supplying to any schools, but they will be allowed to re-apply for the contract to do so.

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