All posts by Tom Vaughan

Driving does not equal freedom – it limits our thinking and restricts travel choices

Carrying out some preliminary research for this piece, I popped the words ‘motoring’ and ‘freedom’ into Google in a rather cursory attempt to see if anyone else had much to say on my topic. The results were telling. Returned were several pages of listings for driving schools – Freedom School of Motoring, Freedom Learners, Freedom […]

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Lab-grown in vitro meat is not a ‘magic bullet’ for food security

2013 may be remembered as the year that the general public was introduced to the food security debate. This year has seen some highly-publicised developments which may offer an indication of the future of nutrition. Solutions are needed to combat the problems of growing world population, burgeoning middle-classes in developing nations increasing demand for meat, […]

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