‘The mother of all false economies’: Why the spending review spells trouble for Natural England

Chancellor Sajid Javid proclaimed the “end of austerity” as he presented his public spending plans for the 2020/21 financial year, handing an extra £432m to DEFRA to deliver a “safe and ambitious departure from the EU” while setting “world-leading environmental standards”.

by Rachel Salvidge
Natural England chair Tony Juniper. Photograph: Leo Wilkinson
Natural England chair Tony Juniper. Photograph: Leo Wilkinson

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