A school where the majority of pupils are Muslim has removed Halal meat from its menu amid fears that children might have been eating school dinners that do not comply with Islamic law.

Parents at Green Lane Primary School, Manningham, demanded an emergency meeting to discuss mounting concerns that Halal meat supplies were not being monitored properly.

Today, Bradford Council assured the Muslim community that it could have "complete confidence" in the authenticity of its Halal food.

But in light of the concerns, the local authority and the Council for Mosques have agreed to implement revised monitoring arrangements and to improve public access to the results of all monitoring visits.

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