An animal justice campaigner has claimed that serving meat and dairy at universities is akin to offering cigarettes at a lung cancer conference.
Climate activist Nathan, 23, extended the face off to presenter Ed Balls, who repeatedly asked him if ‘everybody has a duty to go vegan’. Nathan appeared to ignore the question and instead replied: ‘I think we should be eating as sustainably as we possibly can’.
Karl branded Nathan’s claims ‘ridiculous’ and encouraged viewers to ‘buy British’ which includes ‘eating beef and lamb’.
Leading the debate, Nathan said: ‘I think we can all acknowledge that universities are sites of knowledge. They provide us with so much knowledge about the climate crisis and our food system. They have a duty to be …