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Farmers Praise GM Crops in EU Study



UK Government Challenges Prince Charles Anti-GM Claims

UK Government Challenges Prince Charles Anti-GM Claims - Phil Woolas, the UK environment minister, has challenged Prince Charles to prove his claim that GM crops could cause a global environmental disaster, according to an August 17 Sunday Telegraph news story. The minister
further stated that "...the Government would press ahead with GM crop trials and look at moving to a more 'liberal' regime in Britain, unless scientific evidence showed that the crops had done harm..."

Document Title: The title of the August 17, 2008 Sunday Telegraph story is "Prince Charles wrong on GM, says minister"

Organization: UK Sunday Telegraph

Summary: Go to the Sunday Telegraph www site for the complete article.

Source: August 17, 2008 UK The Sunday Telegraph story

Web site: The Sunday Telegraph story is posted at

The text of the August 12, 2008 UK Daily Telegraph story is posted at

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