‘Major alarm bells’: Plan to revoke key parts of EU air quality regulations sparks concern

The government has been accused of attempting to “skirt accountability” against its duties to reduce air pollution after outlining its intentions to use the controversial Retained EU Law (REUL) Bill to revoke key parts of the 2018 National Emissions Ceilings Regulations.

by Pippa Neill

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