Food outlets in a part of south-east London have the worst hygiene standards of more than 2,000 postcodes in England, Northern Ireland and Wales, an investigation has found.
Bexley had six of the 10 worst postcodes studied for food hygiene. But in one Birmingham postcode not one outlet received below a "generally satisfactory" score.
Consumer watchdog Which? compared Food Standards Agency hygiene ratings from January 2011 to March this year. It found wide variations between different areas and High Street chains.
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