A campaign to put controls on cloned meat and milk was killed off yesterday by the UK Government and Brussels. The move signals the start of a free-for-all in ‘Frankenfood’ – despite claims the technology is cruel and unethical. Shoppers will be left in the dark because products from the offspring of cloned animals will not require special labels. One MEP warned supermarkets could soon be flooded with their milk.
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Flanked by Liberal Democrat Chris Huhne who will run the department, Cameron reassured civil servants that the environment was a top priority for him. “There is a fourth minister in this department who cares passionately about this agenda and that is me, the prime minister, right. I mean that from the bottom of my heart.”We are Fucked!
In his introduction, Huhne said, “Climate change is in my view, our view, the greatest challenge facing mankind,” adding that he wanted to go “further and faster than ever before”.
- Chris Huhne: Nuclear power might not be an option for UK (guardian.co.uk)
- Carbon Plan fails to claw back coalition's green credentials (guardian.co.uk)
- Mary Ann Sieghart: What will the fallout be for our own energy policy? (independent.co.uk)