As party conference season draws to a close and politicians resume their Westminster activities, Ruth Chambers takes a look at what could be a bumper autumn for environmental legislation
Much parliamentary attention this autumn will inevitably be focused on the Withdrawal Agreement, meaningful vote and the UK's future relationship with the EU, but Westminster will also be a hive of environmental...
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