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I really don't like to see a political spin on an educational science initiative. But this will still do more good than harm. Poor old Einstein will be turning in his grave again though.
Looking at that website it says we have over 44,000 beekeepers in the uk,so less than 25% of uk beekeepers are registered members of the BBKA?

I can understand now why the BBKA want compulsory registration of apiaries,they could increase income by over 300%
Less than 300%

Don't forget scientists have no idea why 30% of beekeepers died last winter.
thought they had died of excess consumption of fine food and wine at bayers headquarters
No thats just the top table.

The rest choked to death on crumbs:)