The West Yorkshire slaughterhouse at the centre of the horsemeat scandal is back in business this evening. The abattoir in Todmorden which was raided by food standards inspectors and police has been allowed to operate again three weeks after it was shut down.
It was suspected of selling horsemeat and passing it off as beef that would eventually end up in kebabs and burgers. Jon hill reports from Todmorden.
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The man entered the Yousaf Newsagent, in Fraser Street, Burmantofts, and demanded cash on Sunday at around 5.30pm.