Parents in Bath say they're shocked after discovering their children have been served horsemeat in their school dinners.
Many headteachers and parents were told last night that minced beef served in lunches at more than 50 schools run by Bath and North East Somerset Council had tested positive for traces of equine meat.
Laura Makin-Isherwood reports:
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