Wales admits breach of air quality law as ClientEarth seeks renewed action from England

The Welsh government has admitted in court to being in breach of EU pollution limits, as ClientEarth seeks to extend English plans to more local councils

ClientEarth campaigners at the Supreme Court in 2015
ClientEarth secure a major victory on air quality policy at the Supreme Court in 2015. Photograph: ClientEarth

The Welsh government has admitted in the High Court to being in breach of EU pollution limits, in a case brought by ClientEarth against the UK and Welsh governments. This is the latest in a series of cases brought by the campaigning law group against government clean air policies.

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