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Council has to tell truth.

Palatable is not the word to describe a damning report into Bridgend council's practice of inspecting food outlets.

In fact, it would leave a nasty taste in the mouth at any time, but particularly now, with South Wales reeling from the e.coli outbreak.

It is a catalogue of sloppiness and shoddy standards stretching back over an eight-year period.

There were clearly lessons which needed to be learned and areas which needed drastic improvement. The public deserve proof that has happened.

We simply have to be told whether these mistakes were eradicated - or whether they continued to happen.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Oct 14, 2005
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