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Patronising EU guidance should be toast

Patronising EU guidance should be toast

Author: Craig Winyard

Added 2 years, 9 months ago.

West Midlands MEPs James Carver and Bill Etheridge say the meddling EU are cooking up trouble in the kitchen after issuing advice on how to cook toast.

The UKIP MEPs say interfering Eurocrats are clearly one sandwich short of a picnic after issuing a health warning over well cooked toast.

EU watchdog the European Food Safety Authority has this week warned that toast should be eaten only when it is a light brown colour or it could increase the risk of cancer.

A draft report has concluded acrylamide, a chemical that is produced naturally in food as a result of cooking starch-rich food at high temperatures, potentially increases the risk of cancer.

Commenting on the guidance UKIP West Midlands MEPs James Carver and Bill Etheridge said it was high time that the British Government used its loaf and left the EU.

Mr Carver said: "Common sense seems to have gone out of the window. We now live in an age when packets of peanuts carry warnings that they may contain nuts.

"All the EU seems to do is meddle and interfer. Recently, Brussels' bureaucrats have gone from banning powerful vacuum cleaners to now telling us how we should cook our toast. It's just ludicrous."

Mr Etheridge added: "It is time for the British Government to use its loaf and pull us out of the European Union.

"Half-baked regulations are flooding out of Brussels at a phenomenal rate. Our legislation and laws should be made in Westminster not by meddling Eurocrats."

Crumbs! MEP attacks Eurocrats for issuing advice on eating TOAST

A WORCESTERSHIRE MEP has accused meddling EU bureaucrats of "cooking up trouble in the kitchen" - after issuing advice on how to cook TOAST.

www.worcesternews.co.uk



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