UK: House of Lords debates safety of corned beef cans
During debate in the House of Lords, Labour peer Lord Harrison has called for pressure to be put on food manufacturers to change the "inherently unsafe" design of corned beef cans. "There is a real problem about corned beef cans," junior industry minister Lord Sainsbury of Turville, was quoted by the Associated Press as saying. "They have this particular trapezoidal shape and also a particular key kind of ring."
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