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Jackie Bird

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Dr Jackie Bird was editor of Agrow between 1996 and 2007. This followed eight years working on other agricultural titles at Informa.

Since moving to live in the north-west of England in 2007, she has worked freelance for Agrow, covering EU regulatory affairs.
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Commission free to sign off GM soybean and maize approvals

The European Commission is free to sign off its proposed new approval of a genetically modified soybean line and the renewed approval of a GM maize line after EU member states failed again to reach a majority view on the crops.

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Ombudsman finds no fault with EU approval extensions for ais

There has been no maladministration in the European Commission’s practice of extending EU approval periods for agrochemical active ingredients to allow for delays in renewal procedures, says EU Ombudsman Emily O’Reilly. 

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EU Commission free to sign off GM soybean and maize approvals

The European Commission is free to sign off its proposed new approval of a genetically modified soybean line and the renewed approval of a GM maize line after EU member states failed again to reach a majority view on the crops. 

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EU gets backing for rapporteur group for glyphosate review

EU member states have supported proposals for the next EU reassessment of the herbicide, glyphosate, to be handled by a group of rapporteur states comprising France, Hungary, Netherlands and Sweden. 

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