5 reasons why the next 2 months are critical for environmental governance

With a spending review, a possible proroguing of parliament and a Queen’s Speech all likely before October is out, the next two months will be pivotal in setting the direction of environmental regulation and governance in the UK. Here’s what you need to know.

1 The conclusions of the Treasury’s spending review will be delivered next week

Chancellor Sajid Javid announced yesterday that the spending review, originally due later in the autumn, will be brought forward to 4 September, with some observers saying the move is a sign that the government is preparing for a general election. 

2 But this ‘fast-track’ spending round will only cover one year

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