Anti-GM crops farmer Hector Christie prepares to go on hunger strike

A farmer fined for criminal damage at a genetically modified crop trial has told how he intends to go on hunger strike if he is locked up for not paying a fine which he disputes.

Hector Christie, 51-year-old tenant of the Torridgeside estate at Tapeley Park, near Instow in North Devon, said he was prepared to die for his cause against GM crops.

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