ClientEarth loses latest High Court battle over UK air quality plan

Michael Holder
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Defra must now publish its final air quality plan by 31 July, but final document could still be open to future legal challenge

ClientEarth has failed in its latest legal challenge to force the government to deliver a more ambitious plan for tackling the UK air pollution, with the High Court ruling this afternoon that Ministers...

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