'Significant regression': MPs blast government's post-Brexit environmental protection plans

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Draft Environment Bill sets out worse environmental and climate change safeguards for UK than current EU policy, EFRA committee warns

With MPs back in Westminster after the Easter break and Extinction Rebellion protestors having headed home - for the time being at least - Brexit is yet again on the political agenda. And, as ever, it...

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