Defra to face Court of Appeal over pollution plans

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ClientEarth brands coalition's nitrogen dioxide strategy 'a national disgrace' ahead of tomorrow's hearing

The government will tomorrow defend a High Court ruling that rejected calls for the coalition to publish new plans for tackling air pollution, despite agreeing the UK had breached EU air quality legislation....

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