Environment Bill leaves wriggle-room for weaker standards after Brexit, green groups warn

Michael Holder
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Environment Bill leaves wriggle-room for weaker standards after Brexit, green groups warn

Proposed law offers no legal guarantees current UK green standards will not be weakened after Brexit, Greener UK warns

The government's commitment to safeguarding environmental protections in the UK has again been called into question, with green groups arguing the latest iteration of the Environment Bill still allows...

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