Election Expense Barbara Sinclair Page 5 Claughton Wirral Council 2011 B Unsolicited material to electors

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Election Expense Barbara Sinclair page 5 Claughton Wirral Council 2011 B Unsolicited material to electors

Election Expense Barbara Sinclair Page 4 Claughton Wirral Council 2011 A Advertising

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Election Expenses: 2011 (Wirral Borough Council) Claughton ward Candidate: Barbara Sinclair Agent: Barbara Poole Page 3

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Neurofen Plus: Man charged over contamination

Neurofen Plus: Man charged over contamination

                                         

In an update to a previous story on this blog I was on the bus yesterday reading the Metro and happened to notice this story in the Metro.

According to the story the Metropolitan Police’s specialist crime directorate have now announced he will appear at City of Westminster Magistrates Court today (27th September 2011) after being charged with one count of contamination of goods and two counts of administering a noxious substance.

As stated in the original story although the packets showed Neurofen Plus on the packaging, they actually contained Seroquel XL (which is a prescription-only medication).