The owner of a Somerset abattoir business caught up in the horsemeat scandal has denied doing anything wrong.
Tests revealed horses slaughtered by Stephen Potter contained a potentially harmful painkiller. He claims carcasses were being passed off as beef as long as 12 months ago and that a complete overhaul of the system which regulates the industry is needed.
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