Competing lobbies are trying to persuade EU member state representatives to either dismiss or approve the reauthorisation of the controversial herbicide
DEFRA has set out a new code of practice for controlling the establishment and spread of non-native invasive species in England, giving greater powers to the secretary of state and authorities
Natural England’s streamlined great crested newt licensing scheme is estimated to have saved developers more than £100 million
Lawyers are calling for an independent supervisory body and new national mechanisms to hold government and public authorities to account for their environmental law responsibilities after Brexit
The UK’s post-Euratom nuclear safety regime could be weaker and more patchy than at present, needing strong new ties with the EU watchdog and comprehensive domestic legislation
Lord Deben’s assessment that the EA is no longer independent and under-resourced, is causing concern as Brexit looms
The Environment Agency will be responsible for enforcing the EU’s Medium Combustion Plant Directive in England, rather than local government
PTS Demolition and Dismantling repeatedly ignored EA advice and as a result has been prosecuted for operating a waste facility without a permit
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