Lawyers urge action to ensure standards are not ‘frozen in time’

Lawyers urge government to ensure environmental standards do not become ‘frozen in time’ after the UK leaves the European Union

EU flags outside European Commission building. Photograph: Iaroslav Danylchenko/123RF
European Commission: considerable activity at EU level to develop standards. Photograph: Iaroslav Danylchenko/123RF

The government must take steps to ensure that environmental standards do not become “frozen in time” after the UK leaves the European Union, says a report by environmental lawyers.

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