Lawyers call for minimal changes to environmental law after Brexit

Extended powers in the EU Withdrawal Bill enabling government to amend the law after Brexit should be used with restraint, according to UKELA

by Rachel Salvidge
The 'Henry VIII clause' enables ministers to make changes to EU laws after they have been transferred into UK law. Photograph: Luciano Mortula/123RF
The 'Henry VIII clause' enables ministers to make changes to EU laws after they have been transferred into UK law. Photograph: Luciano Mortula/123RF

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