Why a no-deal Brexit is likely to lead to more waste crime

The Environment Agency has acknowledged that potential funding cuts threaten its abilities to tackle waste crime, and a no-deal Brexit will only make matters worse, finds Conor McGlone.

by Conor McGlone
The UK is expecting three to six months of severe disruption at ports in the vase of a no-deal Brexit. Photograph: Nikada/Getty Images
The UK is expecting three to six months of severe disruption at ports in the vase of a no-deal Brexit. Photograph: Nikada/Getty Images

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