It's up to retailers whether they clearly label halal products, No 10 says
Downing Street says that David Cameron does not support compulsory labelling of halal products and that he has no concerns about the meat he buys or eats in restaurants
David Cameron has refused to call for clearer labelling of halal products in supermarkets and restaurants.
Downing Street has said that the Prime Minister has "no concerns" about the meat that he buys and said it is for retailers and restaurants to decide whether to provide more information about halal products.
It came just hours after Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, called for clearer labelling of all halal meat products.
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