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A worker filmed changing food safety records at the scandal-hit 2 Sisters chicken plant in West Bromwich has been sacked, in what appears to be the first admission by the company of a regulatory breach. Separately, it has also emerged that the West Bromwich factory was temporarily stripped of its Red Tractor food safety and traceability accreditation. The dismissal took place in the same week that 2 Sisters repeatedly claimed to investors that there had been no breaches of food safety at the factory. Other 2 Sisters workers have also told the Guardian and ITV that they have been instructed to alter kill dates. The Food Standards Agency FSA — which had conducted nine audits at the site, five of them unannounced, in the months of July and August — launched its own investigation. It is looking at 11 2 Sisters sites in England and Wales, while its Scottish counterpart has said it is looking at one plant.
Ohio State won Having long legs makes it worse — puts more stress on your body. But the strut wins the tryout. Anyone can twirl the baton or do tricks, but it takes a man to strut. Cory Faist emerges half-ready from the sousaphone storage room, clad in a jacket and trousers a bruised navy so dark it looks black. A bulge above one shoe, where a brace encases an ankle he sprained during summer tryouts, breaks the otherwise clean lines of his uniform. He pulls back the sweat shield in his marching band cap to reveal two photographs. He was a lifelong Buckeye fan. Before he died, I promised him I would be in the Ohio State marching band. Especially today.