Lords committee blasts ‘vague and insufficient’ plans for post-Brexit chemicals regulation

The government must provide further details on its plans to replace the EU’s chemicals registration regime after Brexit, according to a House of Lords committee

Lord Teverson
Lord Teverson, chair of the EU Energy and Environmnet Sub-Committee in the House of Lords, has expressed concern over preparations for chemicals registration after Brexit

The government must provide further details on its plans to replace the EU’s chemicals registration regime after Brexit

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