Environmental watchdog and principles: five things you need to know

Five things we learned from yesterday’s DEFRA consultation on environmental governance after the UK leaves the EU, including that the proposed environment watchdog will not be in place by exit day and is not likely to have powers to take the government to court

by Jamie Carpenter
The BEIS committee inquiry will highlight key energy and climate policy priorities for Brexit negotiators. Photograph: Krychkovskyi/123RF
The BEIS committee inquiry will highlight key energy and climate policy priorities for Brexit negotiators. Photograph: Krychkovskyi/123RF

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