Police keep anti-GM protestors in UK from destroying wheat crop

Police kept hundreds of protesters at bay as they attempted to destroy a field where genetically modified wheat is being tested in Hertfordshire. Mounted officers helped bring activists to a halt in front of the entrance to land owned by the Rothamsted research institute, which is testing GM wheat which has been enhanced to fight aphid infestation.

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