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Labour accused of ‘misleading claim’ in food waste row with Department for Education 


‘Storm in a teabag’: Labour accused of ‘misleading claim’ in food waste row with Department for Education

  • The Department of Education did a food collection trial at three main offices 
  • Shadow Education Secretary said the 15 tons collected was ‘scandalous’
  • But the department said much of the waste was used teabags and coffee 

Labour has been accused of creating a ‘storm in a teabag’ after claiming a government department had wasted food.

The row broke out after the Department for Education did a year-long trial collection of food waste at three of its main offices. Shadow Education Secretary Bridget Phillipson said the 15 tons collected was a ‘scandalous waste of food’ and a ‘slap in the face’ for hard-pressed families.

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