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For many, one of the most traditional British foods, a staple that has maintained its popularity for decades, is the delectable, no-frills combination of fish and chips.

Recently voted the UK’s favourite British takeaway, the dish is a cultural pillar; synonymous with seaside holidays and Friday nights and eaten by everyone from politicians on the campaign trail to the Queen. Fried fish even gets a mention in Charles Dickens’ 19th century work Oliver Twist.

Over a fifth of the population are said to visit a fish and chips shop on a weekly basis

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