European elections: Who’s who on environmental policy

There is less than a week to go before the UK holds European elections few people had expected would happen.

The government may hope that the new contingent of British MEPs will never have to sit in the European Parliament if their Westminster counterparts can sign off on the EU withdrawal agreement. However, there is a good chance that the UK will ask for a further extension to its membership of the bloc in October, meaning the Brits could yet play a role in steering the EU’s environmental agenda.

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