Referendum debate accused of sidelining the environment

Campaigners are considering how to push the environment further up the referendum agenda as it fails to hit a nerve with the public

A government leaflet distributed to households makes no mention of the environment. Photograph: Ptwo/123RFThe environment has so far failed to become an important topic in public debates on the EU referendum.

As the 23 June vote date nears, campaigners have been considering how to push the topic further up the agenda.

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