Ministers likely to face fresh requirement to strengthen air quality plan following latest successful legal action from ClientEarth
The High Court has today ruled the government is still in breach on EU air quality rules, marking the second time within 18 months that its widely-criticised clean air plan has been declared illegal. ...
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