‘Bosses of polluting companies should face jail’: EA chief sets out new regulatory vision

The Environment Agency (EA) chief would like to see the threat of jail time, huge fines, and more enforcement undertakings for environmental polluters, as part of a vision for a new regulatory framework set out at a conference this morning.

by Tess Colley
EA chief executive Sir James Bevan. Photograph: UK government
EA chief executive Sir James Bevan. Photograph: UK government

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