No-deal Brexit remains ‘default position’ as green groups warn of serious disruption

Green groups have warned that the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal would bring severe consequences for environmental protections, as senior government figures say no deal remains the default option if parliament votes down the withdrawal agreement

Theresa May speaking in the Commons
Theresa May defended the withdrawal agreement in Parliament last night, saying it would safeguard labour and environmental protections after Brexit

Green groups have warned that the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal would bring severe consequences for environmental protections, as senior government figures say no deal remains the default option if parliament votes down the withdrawal agreement.

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