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Theresa May's resignation: as it happened
Theresa May's resignation: as it happened

24 May 2019

Prime Minister Theresa May announced this morning that she will resign as leader of the Conservative Party on 7 June. ENDS covered the developments as they unfolded

 
 
Theresa May resignation: is green policy about to slip down the government’s agenda?
Theresa May resignation: is green policy about to slip down the government’s agenda?

24 May 2019

The outcome of the forthcoming Tory leadership contest could have significant ramifications for environmental policy, writes Jamie Carpenter

 
 
Just how green is Boris Johnson?
Just how green is Boris Johnson?

24 May 2019

With Theresa May announcing her resignation, Boris Johnson is the bookies’ favourite to become the next prime minister. ENDS takes a look at his track record on environmental issues

 
 

Latest news

 
£50bn funding gap ‘puts councils’ environmental services at risk’

Local authorities could find themselves £50bn short of funding over the next six years, putting their ability to carry out key environmental services at risk, according to new forecasts

 
ECHA plans to quadruple rate of chemicals checks

The European Chemicals Agency has announced it will check a higher percentage of chemicals registrations under REACH as part of bid to increase compliance with EU law

 
Planned rivers authorities ‘could put local flood management strategies at risk’

A private members bill passing through the House of Lords must be amended so that flood risk strategies at a local and national level are not undermined by the creation of ‘non-transparent’ and ‘non-accountable’ rivers authorities, the RSPB has said

 
Lynx rewilding site found

Academics have identified a site in Scotland as providing the right conditions to support the reintroduction of the Eurasian lynx to the British Isles

 
 

Most-read articles

 
Dry summer and lack of watering wipes out 89,000 trees on HS2 rail line

23 May 2019

Tens of thousands of trees planted along the High Speed Two rail route to mitigate its environmental impact died last summer due to record temperatures, low rainfall and lack of watering

 
 
DEFRA takes 8% Natural England budget cut ‘off the table’
DEFRA takes 8% Natural England budget cut ‘off the table’

23 May 2019

The government has rowed back on plans to cut Natural England’s budget by 8% in the 2019/20 financial year, according to DEFRA, but it is unclear whether the wildlife regulator will avoid cuts altogether

 
 
Why Gove stripped Natural England of its general bird kill licensing powers
Why Gove stripped Natural England of its general bird kill licensing powers

23 May 2019

A month has passed since Natural England revoked its general bird kill licences to the dismay of many in the landowning community, but the problem is far from solved. James Fair and Rachel Salvidge report

 

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Senior/Principal Air Quality Specialist, Leeds JSM Associates, Leeds, West Yorkshire
Energy Manager Mattinson Partnership, Dublin
Revit Technician (MEP&Water) Mattinson Partnership, East Grinstead
Senior Chartered Civil Engineer - Contract Mattinson Partnership, Hertfordshire
 

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