‘Brushed under the carpet’: How coronavirus could undermine environmental justice

The coronavirus pandemic is 'putting an unprecedented’ strain on the judicial system in England and Wales, hindering environmental enforcement. Conor McGlone reports

by Conor McGlone
The majority of ongoing trials in England have been stopped because of problems over the attendance of victims, witnesses, defendants, advocates and jurors. Photograph: Photofusion/Getty Images
The majority of ongoing trials in England have been stopped because of problems over the attendance of victims, witnesses, defendants, advocates and jurors. Photograph: Photofusion/Getty Images

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