Environment at risk if UK votes ‘no’ on EU

Habitats, birds and bathing water policies could all be weakened if the UK leaves the EU in 2017, a paper for Friends of the Earth says.

by Alex Marshall
An EU exit means the UK need not comply with directives on birds and water quality (photograph: Simon Whitehouse/Dreamstime.com)
An EU exit means the UK need not comply with directives on birds and water quality (photograph: Simon Whitehouse/Dreamstime.com)

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