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County council refuses to identify Lancashire schools that received horsemeat
Lancashire County Council bosses were last night still refusing to identify the 51 schools which received beef products, including halal beefburgers and cottage pies, containing horsemeat.
The Lancashire Council of Mosques demanded they provide the information to the public and said its intervention had stopped the scandal of contaminated "halal" products being worse.
Hanif Daudhwala, a halal expert at the LCM, said: "The county council should identify the four secondary schools which got contaminated "halal" burgers and the 47 primaries which got similar cottage pies.
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