Spreading the White Plague

The governments of both the UK and Wales could almost be trying to turn bovine TB into a pandemic. Read more.

Strong Meat

A new book has forced me to reconsider my views on food. Read more.

Towering Lunacy

Green enthusiasm for vertical farms shows that no one is untouched by magical thinking. Read more.

The War Against Nature Resumes

As the new badger cull shows, we revert to irrational destruction as soon as our economic interests are threatened. Read more.

If Nothing Else, Save Farming

It’s probably too late to prepare for peak oil, but we can at least try to salvage food production. Read more.

Small Is Bountiful

Peasant farmers offer the best chance of feeding the world. So why do we treat them with contempt? Read more.

The Corporate Begging Bowl

They bleat about the free market, then insist that we subsidise them. Read more.

Are You Paying to Burn the Rainforest?

If you’re buying Brazilian beef, the answer is yes Read more.

Fallen Fruit

An insane European ruling will be the final straw for the English apple Read more.

Blair Trashes Africa

Tony Blair has just ensured that Europe and the US continue to promote famine. Read more.

Angel of Death

Britain’s development secretary is helping to destroy the lives of 20 million people. Read more.

That’s the Horror of Haskins

The junk food king says one thing and does another Read more.

The War Against Small Farms

By appointing Lord Haskins to oversee “rural recovery”, the British government will complete the destruction of the countryside Read more.

Mad Cows Are Back

Mark Purdey’s explanation of the origins of BSE is gathering weight Read more.

Is Agriculture in Crisis?

Is Agriculture in Crisis? Read more.

How the Superstores Gave Us Foot and Mouth

It’s not “cheap food” but big profits which are to blame Read more.

Mad Cows and Manganese

Mark Purdey’s hypothesis is the only one which explains the spread of BSE Read more.

Whose Side Are They On?

Farmers should be campaigning for more expensive fuel Read more.

Small is Vulnerable

The supermarkets could kill organic farming’s potential to revolutionise the foodchain Read more.

Loss Leaders

The Competition Commission has given the superstores permission to destroy the rest of Britain’s food economy Read more.