GM food: British public 'should be persuaded of the benefits'

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

The British public should be persuaded of the benefits of genetically modified (GM) food, the Environment Secretary will tell the UK's farming industry on Thursday, in a key signal of the government's...

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