Commons lifts its own ban on fresh eggs
The House of Commons has reversed a ban on using fresh eggs to make MPs' omelettes – admitting it risked creating a false health scare. Politicians had objected to what one called the "absurd" policy introduced last month of using only liquid egg because of the risk of salmonella poisoning. Clerk Robert Rogers has now ordered an immediate U-turn meaning chefs at Westminster's numerous catering outlets will be supplied with fresh produce for scrambling and omelette-making from Monday.
FREE home energy survey - BEAT THE ENERGY PRICE CRUNCH!View details
Call us on 01271 323309 and book your FREE home energy survey during December. Let us help you reduce your energy bills as well as your carbon footprint.
Valid until 20th Dec 2013
Consultation is completely free
No obligation and impartial advice
Contact: 01271 440974
Valid until: Friday, December 20 2013