DEFRA forced to redraw air pollution plans again

The High Court has once again ruled in favour of ClientEarth, concluding that government air quality plans are too weak to comply with EU law

ClientEarth won another case against the government at the Royal Courts of Justice in London. Photograph: Chris Dorney/123RFDEFRA will have to revisit its air quality plans again after they were ruled illegal in a judicial review.

The government lost the latest case brought against it by legal campaign group ClientEarth at the High Court on 2 November.

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