Government hit with fresh legal challenge over UK-Australia trade deal

Michael Holder
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Boris Johnson and Liz Truss met with then-Australian PM Scott Morrison in 2021 to finalise the trade deal | Credit: Andrew Parsons / No 10 Downing Street
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Boris Johnson and Liz Truss met with then-Australian PM Scott Morrison in 2021 to finalise the trade deal | Credit: Andrew Parsons / No 10 Downing Street

Feedback accuses government of 'inadequate' assessment of the climate impacts from the UK's controversial free trade agreement with Australia

The UK government is facing a fresh legal challenge from environmental campaigners over its controversial trade deal with Australia, amid claims it carried out an "inadequate" assessment of the climate...

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