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Halal meat labelling plan rejected by MPs
MPs have rejected an attempt to force shops, supermarkets and anywhere serving food to clearly label products containing halal or kosher meat.
Conservative Philip Davies, who proposed the Commons debate, said there was a "huge public demand" to know more about where food came from.
But consumer affairs minister Jenny Willott said the government did not think regulation was the best approach.
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