that GM is dead for now.

Farm-scale trials of GM crops are unique to Britain and represent the first time that scientists have evaluated the environmental impact of a new farming practice before it has been introduced

a) haven’t we already got a lot of GM food here anyway? b) the growing might be “dangerous” but is the eating and c) how sad is it that it is already an electioneering issue – someone should note all of the “pledges” made by politicians in the run up to an election and see how many actually happen. Small to vanishingly small numbers, I’d hazard.