Tories target Environment Agency and DEFRA 'flab'

Slashing "bureaucracy" in the Environment Department could deliver annual savings of £477 million, according to a review for the Conservative Party. A claim that over 1,200 jobs could be shed at the Environment Agency prompted a stout response from the regulator's chief executive.

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