Post-Brexit green watchdog must have long-term funding

The organisation proposed to ensure environmental protection once the UK leaves the EU needs a secure legal and financial footing, lords have heard

Martin Nesbit (left) and David Baldock of the Institute for European Environmental Policy gave evidence to the inquiry. Photograph: ParliamentThe environmental watchdog tasked with holding the government to account once the UK leaves the EU needs “permanent and predictable” funding, lords scrutinising the issue have been told

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