Environment could ‘die in silence’ without post-Brexit supervision

Lawyers are calling for an independent supervisory body and new national mechanisms to hold government and public authorities to account for their environmental law responsibilities after Brexit

by Rachel Salvidge
Environmental law could be vulnerable and 'unowned'. Photograph: David Martin Hughes/123RF
Environmental law could be vulnerable and 'unowned'. Photograph: David Martin Hughes/123RF

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