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If you like pub quizzes I suggest you keep clear of Monmouthshire because you might find yourself up against one CJ De Mooi – and he’s an Egghead.
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By Justin Kerswell, Viva! campaigns manager
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By Justin Kerswell, Viva! campaigns manager
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I went to Bruges last week and on my first evening wandered around the side streets of this beautiful old city – doing a bit of menu spotting as I went – and got totally lost. It was then I saw a very small restaurant (seats 12 at a time) with an almost vegan menu – plus some fish. It was beautifully appointed – linen tablecloths, sparkling glasses, etc  –  and so that was it for me for dinner. The oldish lady owner served an appetizer of hot spiced aubergine in crumbly pastry. First course was a neat, round quinoa salad filled with minute dice of tangy veg and beside it, grated raw beetroot, fennel and other things I couldn’t recognise with a wonderfully zesty dressing and beside it, warm marinated  beetroot pieces on thyme skewers.
Main course was tiny whole carrots, baby new potatoes and a medley of other vegetables in a white wine sauce with a puff pastry lid.
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Wed, 13/11/2013
Stars come together to record a charity single for British animal group Viva! for worldwide release on December 8 2013
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Thu, 03/10/2013
ANIMAL CHARITY VIVA! has today congratulated Amazon for ending the sale of controversial foie-gras in their British online marketplace.
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Fri, 29/06/2012
CAMPAIGNING animal group Viva!
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July 2013: Live exports have returned to Dover
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After a 10 year hiatus, and despite huge public opposition, Britain's unwanted male dairy calves are once again being shipped long distances to suffer in Continental veal crates.
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Worrying news has reached us that there may be moves afoot to try and bring back the wanton cruelty of fox hunting to Britain via a legal loophole.
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Team Badger visit Brussels - European Parliament is 90 per cent against 'culling' wild animals, and 100 per cent in favour of helping make cattle vaccination in Britain happen.