'Pretty grim': Greener UK slam Boris Johnson's Brexit deal as 'bad for the environment'

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Green groups are concerned the PM's proposed deal leaves too much wriggle room on environmental standards
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Green groups are concerned the PM's proposed deal leaves too much wriggle room on environmental standards

Prime Minister's plan would end commitment to level playing field with EU on environmental standards, sparking serious concerns among green campaigners

Boris Johnson's proposed Brexit plan has been branded "a bad deal for the environment" by green groups, which warn the Prime Minister's proposals would likely lead to weakened environmental protections...

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