‘Legislative vandalism’: Habitats Regulations set to be gutted as EU law reform bill expected in Parliament

Ministers are expected to relax nutrient and water neutrality rules and seek to “pause” the effect of the EU-derived Habitats Directive in new UK “investment zones”, according to reports, as the government prepares to lay a EU law revocation bill in Parliament today.

by Tess Colley

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