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Spalding takeaway's licence under review in relation to food safety and allegedly employing an illegal worker




A Spalding takeaway is to have its licence reviewed under the Food Safety Act and after apparently employing an illegal worker.

Hot & Spicy, in New Road, will have its licence to sell late night refreshments examined by South Holland District Council's Licensing Committee later this month.

The application review has been put forward by Lincolnshire Police on the grounds of the licensing objectives: public safety, the prevention of public nuisance and the prevention of crime and disorder.

Hot & Spicy in New Road, Spalding.
Hot & Spicy in New Road, Spalding.

It states: 'Lincolnshire Police have acquired evidence in relation to selling for not as requested or expected under section 14 of the Food Safety Act 1990, employing an illegal worker under section 21 of the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006, as amended by section 35 of the Immigration Act 2016, and non-compliance with the annex two conditions of their premises licence, specially CCTV.'

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