Business Secretary expresses 'frustration' at Honda's decision to close Swindon car plant, as Corbyn touts Labour plans for 'large-scale' green investment
From Brexit to green R&D, Michael Gove's speech to the National Farmers Union - in full
Seven MPs split from Labour declaring they 'have no confidence in the Party's collective leadership, competence or culture'
UK businesses which produce or trade products containing harmful gases will need to register online in event of no-deal
Brexit uncertainty can't stop the renewables sector but it can slow it down, warns the REA's Nina Skorupska
Prime Minister declares 'I have always been clear that Brexit should not be at the expense of workers' rights or environmental protections'
Dieter Helm says withdrawal from common agricultural policy could safeguard natural world
New guidance warns firms should prepare for major changes to emissions trading, electricity trading, and nuclear safeguards if UK crashes out of EU next month
Theresa May would have to change the habit of a lifetime to break the deadlock, but the Labour leader has hinted a Green Brexit deal might just be possible
Labour leader writes to Theresa May setting out terms that could see the opposition back the Prime Minister's Brexit deal
Changes to UK environment oversight and the Irish power market will not be set by 29 March, the Institute for Government said, and a crash out will leave no time to do so
With 57 days to go until the UK is scheduled to leave the EU, Theresa May's Green Brexit pledges remain as vague as ever
Theresa May promises to 'consider legislation where necessary' in order to 'embed the strongest possible protections on workers' rights and the environment'
Thousands of businesses advised on steps they should take to 'minimise any disruption in the event of a no-deal Brexit'
Prime Minister says government could legislate to strengthen environmental and workers protections post-Brexit, as she seeks to secure parliamentary support for revamped deal
TechUK's Susanne Baker argues the business case for a more robust and ambitious Environment Bill is hugely compelling
The UK is either on the cusp of a credibly Green Brexit, a rejection of Brexit altogether, or a 'no deal' disaster for the environment
Historic defeat for Theresa May's deal leaves government's Brexit plans in chaos
The implications for the green economy of tomorrow's crucial parliamentary vote are as clear as polluted mud, but one thing remains clear
British farming subsidies should focus on funding organic and regenerative farming systems, argues Green MEP Molly Scott Cato
But commentators warn Labour backbench amendment on environmental protections would not be legally binding
Status of cross-border electricity cables connecting UK and Europe must be top priority for future relationship with EU, argues think tank E3G
UK road transport emissions are rising, EV sales are lagging behind leading markets, and the government is busy creating traffic jams
Chief Secretary to the Treasury suggests low-carbon projects could be in Treasury cross hairs as part of capital spending review