Interview: OEP chair Dame Glenys Stacey on independence, funding and enforcement

Dame Glenys Stacey has big ambitions for her crucial role as head of the watchdog set up to hold the government to its environmental commitments after Brexit. But what approach will she take to enforcement, and will she be given the independence and funding she needs to succeed?

by Jamie Carpenter
Dame Glenys Stacey says the genuine threat of enforcement action should be sufficient to persuade public bodies to toe the line. Photograph: Colin Stout
Dame Glenys Stacey says the genuine threat of enforcement action should be sufficient to persuade public bodies to toe the line. Photograph: Colin Stout

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