Tagged: Britain

Three ways the Charlie Gard case could affect future end-of-life cases globally - Guest Work

Guest Author Jul 26, 2017

Neera Bhatia, Deakin University The tragic case of Charlie Gard, the British infant whose parents have just ended their legal fight to send him to the US for experimental treatment, has captured global attention. The case is significant for a number of reasons, both in the huge amount of publicity it has attracted, its progression … Read More

The climate terroirist — Gladstones’ new bag - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Jan 08, 2012

Regular listeners to The Climate Show will know that I often witter on about what I’ve been up to in my little vineyard. At Limestone Hills we grow pinot noir and syrah grapes and make small quantities of wine. It’s more than drinkable. One day it may even be very good. If we get that [...] … Read More

The UK’s cloning conundrum - Visibly Shaken

Peter Griffin Aug 06, 2010

Animal cloning is back in the spotlight in Britain following news that meat and milk from the offspring of cloned cattle may have ended up in products sold at British retailers. It is illegal to sell cloned material in the UK without approval, though scientists approached by the Science Media Centre in London suggest there are no adverse … Read More