Scottish prosecutors refuse to act over one-third of environmental cases
Renewed concern about the reluctance of Procurators Fiscal to take forward prosecutions for environmental offences recommended by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency is likely to be sparked by figures showing that they declined to act in one-third of the cases referred to them over the past four years.
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