Impartiality concerns force EA advisor to pull out of debate backing vegan farming

An EA employee working on livestock farming regulation has been forced to pull out of a public debate, where he was due to support a motion which claimed ‘only vegan farming can make agriculture truly sustainable’.

Abi Kay
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Impartiality concerns force EA advisor to pull out of debate backing vegan farming

An Environment Agency (EA) employee working on livestock farming regulation has been forced to pull out of a public debate, where he was due to support a motion which claimed ‘only vegan farming can make...

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