Ross Clark Ross Clark

Why shouldn’t the South Koreans eat dog?

We are, of course, a nation committed to celebrating cultural diversity.    Except, that is, when a foreigner sits down to tuck into a plate of dog meat.   Then, we start to behave like the Taliban, believing that we have the right to dictate standards to the entire world.

On Monday, MPs staged a bizarre debate in Westminster Hall on the subject of what should and what should not be served in restaurants in South Korea.

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