House of Lords committee warns additional enforcement mechanisms must be put in place after Britain leaves the EU to ensure UK environmental standards are upheld
The government is showing "worrying complacency" over the lack of any domestic enforcement mechanisms to ensure environmental laws are upheld after Britain leaves the EU, peers have warned today. Under...
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