Monthly Archives: August 2015

Who said issues have to be about facts

It’s no secret that issues often revolve around perceptions and feelings rather than objective facts. Look no further than the activist campaign against overwhelming scientific evidence on the effectiveness of childhood vaccination. However, legitimate issue debate gets seriously contaminated when governments … Continue reading

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Killing things damages reputation? Who knew

Cecil the Lion must now be the most famous big cat in the world. And the American dentist who killed him in the name of ‘sport’ has rightly been widely condemned. Yet amidst all the  media frenzy is an underlying … Continue reading

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