Book chapter: vegan training tips

Leigh-Chantelle has just published ‘Expert Tips from Vegan Athletes, Fitness Fanatics and Exercise Enthusiasts’ - which is an incredibly inspiring collection of stories from vegan athletes around the world. For reasons that remain mysterious to me (given the many far more serious athletes included) she chose to include a chapter by me. So if you’re interested in words of wisdom re vegan training tips read them; if you’re interested in words distinctly lacking in wisdom - particularly relating to the little-known sport of extreme ironing, then do check out my chapter - it’s made for you.

Hunting symposium: University of Winchester

Our hunting symposium will be held at the University of Winchester on Nov. 28th. If you're in the UK then this will be a very interesting event. Indeed, it has already been attracting significant interest and controversy.

Article: ACAW symposium 2015

My article describing the 2015 American College of Animal Welfare symposium has just been published in Veterinary Practice.

Article: Australian animal research

Elfy Scott has just published a great article on Australian animal research in The Saturday Paper. As I said in the article, researchers using animal testing methods are greatly over-inflating claims about the possible benefits of their research in order to compete for funding and, when this research is closely inspected, it’s clear that the vast majority of basic animal research never produces any tangible benefits. Check it out!

Endorsements in Daily Mail and Independent

British journalist and television personality Piers Morgan has endorsed the Animal Welfare Party and myself as the AWP candidate for Kensington and Chelsea, in today’s British general election. He doesn’t pull his punches when describing the other political alternatives in The Independent and the Daily Mail Online. e.g., “I groan at the sight of Cameron pulling up his sleeves and start shouting to try and prove he has passion when it’s clear he has about as much genuine passion in him as a neutered Aardvaak.” However, a vote for AWP “will almost certainly mean more animal lives get saved and improved. So my vote will actually mean something, and make a genuine difference. Can any of us, hand on heart, after THIS dreary, tedious, lame and tortured election campaign, say the same thing about a vote for any of the main parties?”

Exactly Piers - that's why we're here - to make a positive difference in the lives of the animals and people we share our world with, whom have been so badly let down by the mainstream political parties. Thank you Piers!