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According to Wales Online, an organisation has insisted that schoolchildren in Wales may be at a greater risk of contracting such an illness because local authorities will not be forced to check hygiene in the toilets of such institutions.
Consumer Focus Wales - a statutory body aimed at securing fair deals for consumers in the nation - has said that the country's government has not implemented a major part of the South Wales E.coli public inquiry by not making sure this is the case.
Therefore, the news source added, the organisation states that youngsters are now at a higher risk of suffering from food poisoning, meaning that more claims for damages settlements may be made in the long run.
Posted by Craig Williams
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