New review highlights scientific failures as well as conflicts of interest in regulatory agencies
"If it passes in its current form, no-one — including farmers, businesses and citizens — will be able to exercise the right to choose whether or not to use, purchase or consume the products of these technologies"
Commission representative expects they'll be traceable and labelled. Claire Robinson reports on landmark Brussels conference
Spar, Rewe, Hofer and Lidl Austria demand transparency and freedom of choice for customers
By Jessica Corbett
Transparency in developing and selling gene-edited foods should be paramount
In-depth interview with Dr Michael Antoniou spells out the dangers for our personal and planetary health
"We do not presently intend to amend the GM regulatory regime in Scotland to remove categories of products which are currently regulated as GMOs"
GMWatch publishes response to the Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill
UK civil society urges MPs to understand the implications of deregulation
ECVC says it "cannot participate in a consultation that makes it impossible to express its position"
HEAL condemns ECHA's assessment as a step backwards in Europe’s fight against cancer
GeneWatch UK puts Food Standards Agency on notice that it must maintain its duty to consumers
Scottish paper highlights powerful criticisms of UK media reporting on bill deregulating gene editing
Health and environmental groups raise alarm
Study sheds new light on the risks of new genetic engineering
New bill aims to remove almost all regulatory controls, including comprehensive risk assessment, from GM crops, livestock and foods
Grower's association criticises "disconnect" between GMO-developing scientists and food industry
Charity explains there is "no history of safe and reliable use of gene editing in farm animals"
UK shoppers said they should be given a choice whether to buy such products
Findings demolish claims that GM glyphosate-sprayed crops have helped mitigate climate change by reducing need for ploughing
Transgenic chickens made with CRISPR gene editing are touted as an animal welfare boon – but could result in animal suffering and risks to health and environment. By Claire Robinson and Dr Michael Antoniou
Protesters condemn “cynical” calls for organic farming to be abandoned. Jonathan Matthews reports
George "Useless" Eustice fills reporter's ears with false claims
Groups denounce the move