New bill gives sweeping powers to abolish environmental bodies

The Public Bodies Bill would enable ministers to transform or close bodies regulating, advising on or delivering environment and energy-related functions. There are particular worries about state-owned forests being sold off.

Table: Environment and carbon-related public bodies in the bill
Table: Environment and carbon-related public bodies in the bill

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