What was missing from the King’s Speech

In yesterday’s King’s Speech, green groups across the board likely breathed a sigh of relief to see that plans to ditch nutrient neutrality and abolish future ULEZ-style schemes didn’t make the final cut. But it wasn’t all good news, with several key proposals - including plans to ban the sale of horticultural peat - notably absent. Here’s what you need to know.

by Pippa Neill

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