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Foie Gras

We are all compelled to pay for BBC output via the tv licence. I do feel therefore that the BBC has some obligation to take account of the moral majority. Recently, however, in their BBC 2 programme the Great British Menu they twice featured the barbaric French product in what is supposed to be a British menu. Foie Gras is illegal to produce in this country because all Governments deem the cruelty underlying it's production to be cruel. Organisations like the RSPCA and Compassion for World Farming are seeking to have it banned at European level. And yet the BBC is happy to be seen to be promoting this barbaric product. It only carries on being produced because of the difficulties of getting changes to Free Trade Laws where the lowest common denominator of ethical standards are allowed to continue. And we all now how the French like to be French !
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