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1 inadmissible, and she can be cross-examined.
2 MR. MORRIS: I think, if you remember, the survey was organised
by the London Food Commission. We have a witness, Tim
3 Lobstein, who is the Chairman of the London Food
MR. JUSTICE BELL: Will he give evidence in relation to that?
MS. STEEL: He can give evidence in relation to the Peckham
6 Fastfood Survey.
7 MR. MORRIS: My understanding is that quite a lot of surveys
have been alluded to in this case and, as far as I know,
8 the only person who was -- only the defendants have been
asked to provide confirmatory documents.
MR. JUSTICE BELL: What I suggest happens in relation to that,
10 because I have not had a chance to look at it and I do not
suppose Mr. Rampton has, I will put it somewhere suitable
11 in my bundles. Some time, early after our return in
September, if there is any argument about admissibility of
12 that, we will have to discuss it further.
13 MR. RAMPTON: My Lord, can I suggest that the sensible way of
dealing with it -- I cannot remember her name, that young
15 MR. JUSTICE BELL: Ms. Winter.
16 MR. RAMPTON: Yes, I think she was called Carruthers at the
time of the survey. Mrs. Winter now. She was a diet
17 student at Leeds Polytechnic I think at the time. Can
I suggest that that be impressed also with a Civil
18 Evidence Act Notice. We will then consider whether we
serve a counter notice. If we do not, then it can stay as
19 it is.
20 I also have some documents to give to your Lordship. The
first was -- there are two documents in that clip. Both
21 arose out of Mr. Gregory's cross-examination and were
tendered by the defendants. Your Lordship may have copies
22 of those already.
23 The Alastair Mews one was in short supply, so we did not
have a copy. Maybe the right place for Professor
24 Campbell's new statement is at tab 5 of section H of the
defendants' first volume of evidence statements.
MR. JUSTICE BELL: Could you give me that again?
MR. RAMPTON: Volume 1 of the defendants' statements, section
27 H, which is their Civil Evidence Act section on nutrition,
No. 5. My Lord, there is an article by Sanders and Reddy
28 about the nutritional implications of a meatless diet
which arises out of some answers which Professor Wheelock
29 gave in cross-examination about the need for balance and
so on and so forth.
MS. STEEL: Can I ask how this is relevant?