Row over impact of UK nitrate discharges on Dutch waters

British and Dutch scientists are at loggerheads over the importance of English nitrate discharges in causing water quality problems off the Netherlands coast. The dispute adds to pressure on the Environment Department which has been in secret negotiations with the European Commission over whether measures - costing hundreds of millions of pounds - are needed to reduce nutrient loads to the Humber and Thames estuaries.

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