UK government defends emergency pesticide authorisation

The UK government has said that its approach to the use of emergency authorisations for pesticides has not changed as a result of the UK leaving the EU after a decision to permit the use of a normally banned neonicotinoid pesticide was strongly criticised by campaigners.

by Gareth Simkins

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