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Greggs says 'sorry' for replacing baby Jesus with a sausage role in Christmas ad campaign

Independent Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
Scene depicted three wise men gathered round manger in the traditional fashion but, rather than gazing at the son of God, their eyes fall upon a pork-filled Greggs pastry
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