Judge gives go-ahead to add fluoride to city's tap water supply - despite overwhelming public oppositionThe Daily Mail
Feb. 12, 2011
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Plans to add fluoride to tap water in a major city were endorsed by a judge yesterday despite overwhelming public opposition.
Mr Justice Holman rejected claims that the decision-making process was defective and dismissed a legal challenge to the scheme in Southampton.