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Petrol station firm owned by Muslim family bans alcohol from shop shelves 'because it is not ethical to sell drink to people who are driving'
by Sean Poulter
Hundreds of petrol station shops are removing alcohol from sale after being taken over by a Muslim-owned company.
The outlets are part of the fast growing Euro Garages, which has 350 petrol stations across the country.
The business is worth £1.3billion and has embarked on an aggressive expansion plan which involves buying petrol stations previously run by the likes of BP, Esso and Shell.
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