This man is an idiot

GM food: British public ‘should be persuaded of the benefits’

Owen Paterson tells farming conference that GM offers great opportunities but public must be reassured of safety

Environment secretary, Owen Paterson, has chosen to highlight GM technology in his first major speech to farmers. Photograph: Allstar Picture Library/Alamy

The British public should be persuaded of the benefits of genetically modified food, the environment secretary will tell the UK’s farming industry on Thursday, in a key signal of the government’s intent to expand agricultural biotechnology and make the case for GM food in Europe.

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Any person who is so blind to the facts has no right representing people. He should be removed from office at once.

There are NO BENEFITS to GM food, whereas the detriments are many, from the farm to digestion.

7 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Alex Jones on January 3, 2013 at 4:42 pm

    The environmental credentials of the UK Conservatives is bad. They won’t survive the next election to implement any GM activity.



  2. Another big step backwards. I am sorry to see the stupidity spreading to the UK.



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