By Justin Kerswell, Campaigns Manager and Deputy Director of Viva!
At time of writing, parts of Somerset and Gloucestershire are once again reverberating to the sounds of gunshots and the screams of dying badgers. Despite the Government’s previous trials in 2013 being roundly condemned as pointless, bloody, inhumane and costly the guns are out again. Yet a rather pungent, potential culprit is quite literally spreading more-or-less unchecked across the countryside and nothing is being done about it.
If you’ve heard minister after minister repeat the words “Doing nothing is not an option” you’d be forgiven for thinking that everything else has been done to prevent the s
Almost one in two of us will get cancer at some point in our lives. Why is it
rampaging out of control and how can we fight it? To find out, Viva! founder Juliet
Gellatley met Professor Mustafa Djamgoz, Professor of Cancer Biology at Imperial
College, London, and co-author (with Professor Jane Plant) of the book Beat Cancer
Matt Smith, professional surfer and sailor, chats to Viva!’s founder, Juliet Gellatley, about his magical connection with the oceans, how
it’s hard to find a girl and being vegan in a largely male sport that dices with death…