What would a no-deal Brexit mean for the environment?

MPs have rejected the government's EU withdrawal plans by an historic margin, increasing the possibility that the UK will leave the EU without a deal. Here's how no deal could impact the environment

The House of Commons following its vote on the Brexit deal
Parliament decisively voted against the EU withdrawal agreement, bringing closer the prospects that the UK could crash out of the bloc without a deal or hold a second referendum on EU membership

Parliament delivered a serious blow to Theresa May’s Brexit plans last night, voting by a majority of 230 to reject the EU withdrawal agreement. The move increases the risk that the UK will crash out of the bloc without a deal, unless an alternative solution is found.

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