For this sort of thing contact the local authority, not the FSA folk.
On 15 October 2016 at 21:35, ael <law_ence....@ntlworld.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 02, 2016 at 05:09:03PM +0000, Jez Nicholson wrote:
> > I mentioned the quarterly project to Dr Sian Thomas, Head of Information
> > Management at Food Standards Agency. Her reaction was, "how exciting!
> > is it and how can we help?"
> > https://twitter.com/drsiant/status/778887195432194048
> > The FSA are keen advocates of open data and I imagine would be happy to
> > involved. I'm not sure how exactly, but the door is open.
> I have discovered a few local places displaying incorrect ratings. I have
> just found a particularly bad example displaying a "5" when their
> actual rating (if the FSA website is correct) is actually "2". The
> lastest inspection was only a month ago, so I suppose that it is just
> possible that they used to be a "5", and haven't "got around" to
> removing the sticker for the 5 rating.
> Perhaps we should have something like "notname", "wrongdisplay" perhaps,
> to alert the FSA in such cases?
> I am not too serious since we are only providing the id rather than the
> absolute value of the rating, and we don't want to alienate companies,
> even when they may not be the most honest.
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