The European Commission has launched legal proceedings following the UK’s failure to prosecute Volkswagen for its dieselgate scandal
Richard Macrory: Environmental law is evolving at different speeds in different parts of the UK, which could become more pronounced without the guiding framework of the EU
Baroness Parminter has mooted the idea of a domestic environmental rights act to ensure international provisions on access to justice are fully enshrined in law
Climate change litigation has a long history, but it is now going through an exciting and creative period mixing law, science and grassroots campaigning, discovers Isabella Kaminski
The European Commission has finally confirmed that the Birds or Habitats Directives are fit for purpose and will not be reopened
HMRC has committed to rationalising landfill tax rules through draft legislation that could finally settle the debate about what materials are taxable
At least a sixth of DEFRA staff left the department in the period before the EU referendum while remaining employees were forbidden from planning for a Leave result
Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water has paid out highest enforcement settlement in Wales after environmental failings
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