By John Vidal
The Food Standards Agency, which had been commissioned by the Labour government to gauge the public mood on growing and eating the controversial foods, said that it would ask the coalition government if it should continue with the dialogue.
“There has been a major change in government,” said Nathalie Golden, a spokeswoman for the FSA.
“It will need to be presented to ministers. It depends on the new government whether it goes ahead.”
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