We all know that excessive meat consumption is bad for the environment and our health—not to mention those poor wittle baby piglets. So, taking one day off a week from putting bits of animal carcass in your mouth doesn’t seem like the most unreasonable idea in the world. Try telling that to some of the BBC’s staff members. The national broadcaster has come under fire from its own employees for attempting to introduce a weekly vegetarian day in one of its canteens.  The BBC’s MediaCity studios in Salford, near Manchester announced in an internal memo that as of this week, the Quay House staff restaurant would serve only vegetarian and vegan food on Mondays. Inspired by the Meat Free Monday campaign launched by Paul[…]