Clayton’s Catch owner blames food hygiene rating on vandals

A sign outside the Clayton’s Catch chippy promises “probably the best haddock and chips you’ve tasted,” and it has a five-star rating on Google reviews.

But when environmental health officer Sandra Walbran visited on November 27 last year, her visit led to the business being given the lowest possible food hygiene rating of zero – one of only six in Bradford currently to hold this rating.

www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/17443756.claytons-catch-owner-blames-food-hygiene-rating-on-vandals/

Breeding high performance bugs for animal feed

Start-up Beta Bugs is creating high performance breeds of black soldier fly for the insect feed sector, and are tailoring traits like growth rate, protein, fat content and even temperature tolerance to match client needs. Stuart McDill reports.

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Breeding high performance bugs for animal feed

Start-up Beta Bugs is creating high performance breeds of black soldier fly for the insect feed sector, and are tailoring traits like growth rate, protein, fat content and even temperature tolerance to match client needs. Stuart McDill reports.

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JAILED: Man who claimed to be disabled and demanded £250k compensation because he could not work is caught secretly doing shifts at chip shop | Bucks Free Press

A “liar” who demanded £250,000 compensation – claiming he was so disabled he could not work – has been jailed for 16 months after he was caught secretly doing shifts at a High Wycombe chip shop.

Amar Masud, 44, from Adelaide Road, slipped a disc while lifting a heavy table in the furniture factory where he worked in 2013 and went on to sue his employers for £250,000.

https://www.bucksfreepress.co.uk/news/17429791.jailed-man-who-claimed-to-be-disabled-and-demanded-250k-compensation-because-he-could-not-work-is-caught-secretly-doing-shifts-at-chip-shop/