Government accused of seeking 'US-style' system of environmental regulation

James Murray
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Government accused of seeking 'US-style' system of environmental regulation

Long-awaited publication of government's environmental principles for policymaking triggers warnings from NGOs that green protections could now be watered down

Leading green groups have responded angrily to the publication of the government's new Environmental Principles Policy Statement, warning that it could lay the groundwork for a significant weakening of...

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