It has been recently revealed in a report that there were vandalism activities seen across the places where the experimental wheat had been stored. The anti-GM protesters had previously been warning for weeks for the action they were to take on the Rothamsted Research centre located in Hertfordshire.
"Nobody's listening, so we need to take direct action to illustrate what we need to do," "What we would like to do is take part in a more thorough debate in the Guardian newspaper", said Dorset farmer Jyoti Fernandes.
There is need for more efforts to be made by the authorities to make things better from here, so that the general people don't have to suffer due to the recent activities. It is essential to make sure that these vandalism activities can be put behind oneself and newer ventures can be formed for the benefit of people in the long run. It is essential to make sure that these activities work for the benefit of the people and they don't have to suffer at the hands of the authorities as well as turmoil in the service providers in the future. This shall make for a secure future for the general people in the long run.
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