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Chef Laura Goodman spikes meals – not the sort of person you want preparing your food.' Another poster said: 'Is sabotaging the food of customers because you don't agree with them normal practice here?Would it be funny if it was 'spiked a girl's drink'?A chef who boasted online how she 'spiked' a vegan's meal has been forced to call police after receiving death threats.
Mr Gale said: 'Since then our world has been turned upside down with death threats, threats of violence, threats of lawsuits from all around the world.'Jess Lewis wrote: 'Who is the pious and judgmental one here really?' The demonstration is being organised by Telford Vegan Action, which also wants the restaurant shut down.And posters have been created warning diners they might be 'poisoned'.But Miss Goodman's fiance and business partner last night apologised for her outburst – insisting she had not served meat and had written the comment after having 'too much to drink'.
Maps have been used for centuries to keep track of farming decisions – but now in a modern world of digital data and technology, they have become a key tool in making, monitoring and maximising those decisions. Now is the time to act on Defra’s Green Brexit consultation to ensure a profitable future for Norfolk agriculture says TONY BAMBRIDGE, chairman of the Norfolk branch of the National Farmers’ Union (NFU).