The ENDS view on Southern Water’s £90m fine... ‘rivercide’ will continue until regulators are properly funded

If the government fails to give its environmental regulators the financial backing they need, prosecution success stories like Southern Water’s record £90m fine will fail to turn the tide on river pollution, says ENDS editor Jamie Carpenter

by Jamie Carpenter
’Rivercide’: A documentary this week sought to set out the ’shocking story of how our rivers are being devastated’ (Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
’Rivercide’: A documentary this week sought to set out the ’shocking story of how our rivers are being devastated’ (Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

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