“It (the horse meat) came from abattoirs in Romania through a dealer in Cyprus working through another dealer in Holland to a meat plant in the south of France which sold it to a French-owned factory in Luxembourg which made it into frozen meals sold in supermarkets in 16 countries.”
In other news, meat processor Halls of Broxburn is closing down making hundreds of Scottish workers redundant. The Broxburn plant has its own abattoir so there was never any doubt where the meat came from. But it couldn’t compete with the Romanian, Cypriot, Dutch, French, Luxembourg supply chain.
Britain’s net contribution to the EU since 1979 is 97 billion Euros.