Just a few notes as background.
The Red Grouse samples whose analyses are reported here were bought in Iceland Stores in September 2015 and sent off for analysis in October. I received the results from the laboratory a week ago today. I was quite busy at the end of last week, and the results took a bit of assimilating. I’m just pointing this out so that you can see that the timing of these blogs was not really in my control, and I have put these data into the public domain as soon as feasibly possible.
It is also worth pointing out that you could have done the same thing, as could the Food Standards Agency or Iceland Foods themselves. Those organisations promoting the sale of game meat could also have carried out tests of lead levels in game meat. It seems a little strange to me, that it was left to me to bring these data to your attention.