EU executive forced to decide as member states fail to agree on glyphosate authorisation

Government delegates have again failed to muster a qualified majority in support of a temporary extension to the EU licence for the world’s most widely used herbicide, forcing a reluctant European Commission to make the call on their behalf.

by Robert Hodgson

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