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Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about hope. For me, hope comes from a belief that things can and will change for the better. So, for there to be real hope, there must be action....

Is your soya milk trashing the planet? I was recently faced with a dilemma; I found myself lost in the moral maze of milk. I’d come face-to-face with the reality of both the dairy industry and how crops like soya are produced. There is no question...

How did killing method condemned for cruelty become standard? As news emerged over the summer of how Britain’s ‘big four’ supermarkets are sourcing meat from pigs killed using carbon dioxide, outraged consumers have been left with no way of choosing pork, bacon or ham produced more humanely.  In...