Why the no-deal Brexit papers have been slammed by campaigners

Government papers outlining what will happen to policy on industrial emissions, F-gases and ozone-depleting substances, enforcement of CO2 emissions for new cars and vans, and funding under the EU Life programme were published today

Brexit illustration: one jigsaw piece with EU flag and one with Union Jack. Photograph: Alessandro Bianco/123RF

Campaigners have criticised the lack of detail in papers published by the government outlining what would happen in several areas of environmental policy in the event that the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

The papers cover environmental governance, the Industrial Emissions Best Available Technique (BAT) regime, F-gas and ozone depleting substances, and funding under the EU Life programme, which supports environmental and nature improvement initiatives.

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