Eustice borrows £536k to expedite green watchdog

DEFRA is seeking a cash advance of £536,000 so it can set up the new Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) before the Environment Bill, which contains the legal framework for the watchdog, receives royal assent.

by Rachel Salvidge

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