MPs call for precautionary ban on pesticides linked to bee decline

James S Murray
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Environmental Audit Committee slams Defra for “extraordinarily complacent approach to protecting bees”

Pressure on the government to impose a "precautionary moratorium" on three controversial pesticides linked to the decline of bee populations will crank up a notch today, with the publication of a new report...

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