From the Daily Mail
An article in Good Health this week included quotes from an expert who suggested that hormones are used in poultry production and that chickens reared for meat are kept in battery cages.
In fact it is illegal to use hormonal growth promoters in all livestock in the EU and battery cages are only permitted where chickens are farmed for their eggs.
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While a recent opinion piece was right to point out that unemployment in Britain is below that of many of our major competitors, the correct figure should have been 8.1 per cent rather than 7.1 per cent.
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