UK: UK should delay GM crops decision, says research report
The UK should hold back on making a decision on whether or not to permit the commercial growing of genetically modified crops until more is known about the technology, a new report has said. The major research report, compiled by academics at Newcastle University after six weeks of debate and analysis by two independent 'jury' panels, said there too little was known about the future implications of growing GM crops, reported Reuters.
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