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(From Western Daily Press)
People in Plymouth were exposed to potentially deadly asbestos fibres when a major city centre store was being refurbished three years ago, a court has heard.
Marks and Spencer denies six charges brought against it by the Health and Safety Executive relating to the major refurbishment of its stores in Plymouth, Bournemouth and Reading in 2006 and 2007.
The contractor responsible for controlling asbestos during the Plymouth refurbishment this week admitted the offences.
But M&S denies breaches of health and safety rules.
The Health and Safety Executive prosecutor Michael Veal outlined his case against …