Another adjournment for E.coli case
The E.coli case against John Tudor & Sons butcher shop has suffered yet another adjournment.
The E.coli case against John Tudor & Sons butcher shop has suffered yet another adjournment, with the preliminary hearing moved from 30 November to 4 January 2007 at 14.15.
William Tudor of the meat supplier was charged with four counts of supplying contaminated meat following what has been named 'Wales's worst ever E.coli outbreak', back in September 2005.
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