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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Cameron's organic overtures 'meaningless',says Green MEP
عدد مرات القراءة 41682006-01-05

Green Party MEP for South-East England


January 5th,
2006


CAMERON’S ORGANIC OVERTURES ‘MEANINGLESS’ – GREEN EURO-MP
NEW Tory leader David Cameron’s attempt to woo farmers and environmentalists
at a reception organised by the Soil Association today was little more than
‘meaningless window dressing’, according to Green Party Principle Speaker
Caroline Lucas.

Speaking at the event, which was hosted by Jonathan Dimbleby in London’s
Barbican this evening, Mr Cameron made a warm speech almost entirely devoid
of content, according to Dr Lucas, who is due to address the Soil
Association’s 60th annual conference tomorrow.

“He said it is up to politicians to listen to farmers and to act
accordingly. But farmers have been shouting loud and clear for years about
the crisis facing the industry and he hasn’t been listening at all,” said Dr
Lucas, South-East England’s Green Party MEP.

“The only concrete step he proposed was to improve labelling of British food
– important, yes, but hardly sufficient. He didn’t promise to even consider
imposing mandatory restrictions on supermarkets’ behaviour, banning GM foods
or reforming EU and WTO rules preventing public bodies adopting a ‘buy
local’ policy.

“In short, it was a warm-sounding speech almost entirely devoid of content,
and I don’t think he’ll have won many converts to the Tory cause tonight.”






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