Agency acts on freemasons but lags behind SEPA on openness

The Environment Agency is to require staff who belong to the freemasons to disclose their membership to managers in response to concern about their impartiality. But it has come in for fresh criticism for declining to follow a move by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) to hold its board meetings in public.

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