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No place for abuse of vet leaders
  1. Katie Roberts, President,
  2. David Charles, Senior Vice President,
  3. Izzie Arthur, Junior Vice President,
  4. Susan Paterson, President,
  5. Phil Lhermette, Senior Vice President,
  6. Ian Ramsey, Vice President,
  7. Sheldon Middleton, Junior Vice President,
  8. David Godfrey, Honorary Treasurer,
  9. Carl Gorman, Honorary Secretary,
  10. Amanda Stranack, Chief Executive Officer (CEO),
  11. Daniella Dos Santos, President,
  12. Simon Doherty, Senior Vice President,
  13. James Russell, Junior Vice President,
  14. Kathleen Robertson, Scottish Branch President,
  15. Ifan Lloyd, Welsh Branch President,
  16. Susan Cunningham, Northern Ireland Branch President,
  17. David Calpin, CEO,
  18. Jo Hinde, President,
  19. Wendy Nevis, Senior Vice President,
  20. Jo Oakden, Junior Vice President,
  21. Peter Kettlewell, President,
  22. Liz Mullineaux, Junior Vice President,
  23. Niall Connell, President,
  24. Amanda Boag, Senior Vice President,
  25. Mandisa Greene, Junior Vice President,
  26. Kit Sturgess, Treasurer,
  27. Lizzie Lockett, CEO,
  28. Anna Judson, President,
  29. Cat Curtis, Senior Vice President,
  30. Nick Lloyd, Junior Vice President,
  31. Nichola Watson, CEO,
  32. Richard Casey, President,
  33. Gillian A Page, Senior Vice President,
  34. Georgina Hills, Junior Vice President and
  35. Miles Russell, Finance Director
  1. Association of Veterinary Students, 7 Mansfield Street, London W1G 9NQ
  2. BSAVA, Woodrow House, 1 Telford Way, Quedgeley, Gloucester GL2 2AB
  3. BVA, 7 Mansfield Street, London W1G 9NQ
  4. British Veterinary Nursing Association, Greenway Business Centre, Greenway, Harlow CM19 5QE
  5. British Veterinary Zoological Society
  6. RCVS, Belgravia House, 62-64 Horseferry Road, London SW1P 2AF
  7. Society of Practising Veterinary Surgeons, 19a Hatton Country World, Hatton, Warwick CV35 8XA
  8. Veterinary Management Group, Unit D, Blenheim House, 1 Blenheim Road, Epsom KT19 9AP

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We are a mixture of volunteers and paid professionals who give our time to lead and support the veterinary professions, and we are extremely honoured to be able to do so.

But we are increasingly concerned about the tone of some of the debates that are taking place in the veterinary world, particularly by the disparaging and demeaning language used against us or our colleagues.

As leaders in the professions, representing various …

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