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Our regular newsletter. Printed copies are sent to GM Freeze members and paid-up supporters.

December 2019, Issue 54

6 Dec 2019

A GM Freeze manifesto for the 2019 General Election, deregulation of newer GM techniques in Australia and a research project finds that Europe’s GMO risk assessments are inadequate.

October 2019, Issue 53

27 Sep 2019

The Prime Minster makes GM a Brexit issue, more problems with genome editing and a review of GM Freeze’s year.

June 2019, Issue 52

31 May 2019

GM field trials approved and new signs of what Brexit could mean for GM in food and farming.

March 2019, Issue 51

14 Mar 2019

A rush of GM field trial applications, GM contamination in European fields and yet more evidence that genome editing is not as precise or accurate as those promoting it would have us believe.

December 2018, Issue 50

4 Dec 2018

Gene drives, the GM developer who now says he got it wrong plus updates on Brexit, food waste and more.

October 2018, Issue 49

2 Oct 2018

European Court rules in favour of tough regulation for new GM techniques, more fishy business and a summary of GM Freeze’s year to April 2018.

June 2018, Issue 48

5 Jun 2018

More Fishy Business at Rothamsted Research, the latest on Defra’s big agriculture consultation and why high profile GM ventures just aren’t working.

March 2018, Issue 47

12 Mar 2018

News of GM Freeze’s twin Brexit campaigns and our analysis of the European Court of Justice Advocate General’s formal Opinion on new genetic engineering techniques.

December 2017, Issue 46

14 Dec 2017

Our analysis of the unexpected events that led to the re-authorisation of Glyphosate plus details of a new academic study that sheds light on key NGO concerns about agricultural biotechnology.

Sept 2017, Issue 45

11 Sep 2017

Articles on the shocking impact of dicamba in the United States, the latest developments on EU decision making over new GM crops, our new website and a review of the GM Freeze year to April 2017.