Marks and Spencer recalls hundreds of Twist and Turn baby rattles after safety fears

Marks and Spencer said it was recalling the 400 rattles sold to prevent injury

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Marks and Spencer has recalled hundreds of baby rattles over fears that the balls inside the toy could fall out.

The Twist and Turn rattle has been affected by a manufacturing fault that could make it hazardous to children.

Marks and Spencer said it was recalling the 400 rattles sold to prevent injury. No injury has so far been reported.

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"As the safety of customers is the top priority, M&S is issuing a product recall notice for the small number sold," the company said in a statement on their website.

They advised customers that had bought the rattle to return it to stores, excluding Simply Food and Outlet stores, for a full refund.

The rattle, which cost £12, was on sale between November 2014 and this summer and aimed at babies aged three-months and above. No other products have been affected, M&S said.

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