Gove: precautionary principle should not stop UK 'leading the way' on gene editing

Brexit offers the UK an opportunity to boost agricultural productivity through gene editing, environment secretary Michael Gove has said

The UK has set a much stricter cap on first-generation crops than the EU's target. Photograph: nomadimages / 123RF
Gene editing could revolutionise the UK's agricultural sector, Michael Gove has suggested

Brexit offers the UK an opportunity to boost agricultural productivity through gene editing, environment secretary Michael Gove has said.

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