Dispute over public registers on engineered organisms

Last-minute changes to new regulations which may block public access to environmental information on genetically manipulated organisms (GMOs) were highlighted during a parliamentary debate on 11 February. The changes were introduced in response to lobbying by the biotechnology industry, but at least one of the new rules appears inconsistent with EC requirements and may land the Government in hot water with the European Commission.

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