Pollution prevention Bill survives hostile fire in House of Lords

The Pollution Prevention and Control Bill has survived its Committee stage in the House of Lords despite strong attacks on its broad scope and the unusually broad powers it confers on the Secretary of State. The Government has promised to come forward with further amendments to limit the Bill's scope - and also signalled that it expects the Environment Agency to provide greater justification for its controversial charging schemes.

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