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  1. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-birmingham-61070048.amp Lye shop boss fined £27k for selling out-of-date food in Dudley 11 April 2022 IMAGE SOURCE, GOOGLE Image caption, A basket of out-of-date meat and dairy products were found near the counter A shop has been fined after its bosses admitted selling out-of-date food. The owner of Singh News Market in Lye High Street has been ordered to pay £27,000 after environmental health officers found meat and dairy products being sold past their use-by dates. The oldest item was still on sale almost a month after its use-by date, magistrates heard. Dudley Council said it hoped the "hefty financial penalty" would deter other offenders. Naginder Singh, of Hurcott Road, in Kidderminster, pleaded guilty to 10 offences of selling unsafe food at Dudley Magistrates' Court on 6 April. During the inspection in March 2021, a basket of 25 products, including cooked ham, Dairylea Lunchables and yogurt, was found near the counter of the mini-market during the visit The earliest use-by date in the haul was 8 February - on display 28 days after the date had expired, the court was told. Kidderminster-based Newsmarket (Midlands) Ltd, which runs the store, has also been ordered to pay court costs of £1,982.70 and a victim surcharge of £1,800. Kevin O'Keefe, chief executive of Dudley Council said: "I welcome the verdict of the magistrates in this case and the hefty financial penalty handed out for these offences. "It is important that we take action to help keep our residents safe, and it will also act hopefully as a deterrent to other businesses in the borough thinking of doing the same."
  2. At first it was fun. Mr Singh was a bit eccentric. We all accepted him for who he was. He was always there in front of the cameras whenever the media appeared in Southall. Then, a few years ago, it started to get a little weirder with him spending all day every day driving around central London in his technicoloured flower covered BMW. At that point, I started to tell my kids to stop bothering him (meaning don't talk to him) whenever we'd see him at the Park Avenue Gurdwara. This viewpoint of mine was vindicated when, over the course of the last 3 or 4 years, he has been a regular at all the Gay and LGBT events and clubs in the West End. It's a been a rapid downhill spiral and this is where we've ended up. Yesterday on the tube :
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