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Is the doner a goner? EU rules could see kebabs BANNED

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The European Union's legislature moving to ban the phosphates used meat slabs

Citing health concerns based on studies that linked phosphates to heart disease

But takeaway owners say there is 'doner discrimination' against Turkish business 


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5136305/Is-doner-goner-EU-rules-kebabs-BANNED.html#ixzz503FP9erI
 

Of course it's POLITICAL! 

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This will kill business's.....

People eat out a lot in the UK. 50% of the time they get a kebab.........

Now they can't!

Notice how I ignore brexit.....

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Just now, Ukshep said:

This will kill business's.....

People eat out a lot in the UK. 50% of the time they get a kebab.........

Now they can't!

Anything that tastes really good is bad for you. :gsbrnint:

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Are you sure it is not for other reasons?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1552482/Missing-girls-body-put-into-kebab.html

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"Albattikhi laughed and said she was very small - the plainest possible indication that he was lying to the police when he said he did not know her. He and others present then laughingly said that Charlene had gone into the kebabs."

 

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