Six months of Thérèse Coffey: Has she eased DEFRA’s 'culture of delay'?

Thérèse Coffey became secretary of state for the environment at a time when DEFRA was accused of having a “culture of delay” due to a large number of outstanding policies and decisions. Six months on, what has she achieved?

by Catherine Early

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