Worker suspended after burgers served to Muslim pupils

14th September 2001 at 01:00
A catering worker has been suspended after Muslim pupils at a secondary school in Newport were served proscribed meat by mistake. A lamb burger prepared by Newport School Meals Service for St Julian's school was advertised as suitable for halal eaters, but proved to be a non-halal chicken and pork product.

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