How 2018 became Natural England’s annus horribilis

In the year that the government heralded the publication of its much-anticipated 25-year plan for the environment, one of the organisations that will play a key role in the strategy’s implementation has faced a series of setbacks. Catherine Early reports

Andrew Sells Natural England
Andrew Sells: outgoing chair of Natural England

For Natural England, 2018 has been a bleak year. Already weakened by budget cuts and staffing reductions in previous years, the regulator has been rocked by a series of revelations about how it has performed its

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