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Lafarge probe


MPs have called for a public enquiry into Lafarge's Westbury cement works.Michael Ancram and Andrew Murrison represent constituencies around the plant and are concerned about Lafarge's ability to regulate emissions when it begins a trial of recycled liquid fuels at the works.The factory was at the centre of the alkali cement debacle, which the MPs claimed added to their worries.