Thursday, 15 January 2009

RR on BBC Radio Norfolk taking on Bob Young of the NFU

'Rupert Read on the BBC welcoming the E.U. Parliament's vote banning harmful pesticides. Go to 20 minutes in, listen, and enjoy!'

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p001xhsw/Matthew_Gudgin_13_01_2009/

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Blogger Lynda said...

I thoroughly agreed with you! Bob Young gave the example of pharmaceutical drugs being dangerous but a couple of paracetemol for a headache supposedly wouldn't cause harm to the patient. Pharmaceutical drugs have clear instructions on the packet and warn us not to exceed the stated dose. How do we know what is in apples, bananas or wheat, for example? How many chemical infested examples or these can we eat without risk of cancer etc?

In my opinion someone with cancer would have far more disruption and change to their life than a farmer who has to give up a banned pesticide.

15 January 2009 at 09:26  

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'Rupert Read on the BBC welcoming the E.U. Parliament's vote banning harmful pesticides. Go to 20 minutes in, listen, and enjoy!'

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