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Scotland must retain the right to opt out in the cultivation of GM crops following Brexit, according to rural affairs secretary Fergus Ewing. In a letter to Defra sectary Michael Gove, Mr Ewing has sought assurances that the UK government will not seek to impose the cultivation of GM crops against Scotland’s will. Mr Ewing said the EU law that currently allowed member states to opt out of growing EU-authorised GMs was “extremely important” to Scotland. See also: Scotland to […]
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