A child’s choice: Exploring the positives and pitfalls that arise when your child goes vegan

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Sally-Anne Bedford faces the pitfalls and positives that arise when a child decides to be vegan…  (l-r) Liz Tyson, Director of Captive Animals Protection Society (CAPS), Sheryll Murray, MP for South East Cornwall, Fiona Peacock, Campaigns Officer of CAPS and Gabriel Ryan, 4, who drew the design on the billboard. Pictured in Manchester. (Sunday More...

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