Smoke & Mirrors
Pet Food Debate (AVS)
Smoke & Mirrors
Here is a typical illustration of how enquiries are passed from one part of Defra to another, and how, having completed each circuit, no-one accepts responsibility, or gives a satisfactory answer. Defra Correspondence
Mrs L V Hill MRCVS
Similar difficulties are experienced when asking for details of Officers of the RCVS Mrs Hill Correspondence
Miss Jane C Hern MA
Miss Jane C Hern MA took up the post of Registrar at the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons in 1997. Biography
As a qualified lawyer Miss Hern could be expected to know the difference between right and wrong. Unfortunately, throughout her time at the Royal College she has helped maintain the junk pet-food industry/veterinary charade. Recent correspondence.
The British Veterinary Association
An illustration of how the BVA misuses its position BVA Letter to MPs
Professor Neil Gorman FRCVS
These days Neil Gorman continues to sit on the Council of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and is Vice-Chancellor of Nottingham Trent University.
Between 1993 and 2003 he was Head of Research at Waltham (the UK research establishment for the Mars Corporation, the world’s largest processed pet-food maker). Why, in his 2006 RCVS Election Manifesto, does Neil Gorman play down ten years of his professional life with the words ‘after a period in industry’?
Neil Gorman 2006 RCVS Election Manifesto
Check out his 1996 dubious attempts to protect his employer and then, when cornered, see how he refuses to respond. Gorman Correspondence
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