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Information regarding the Environment risks from Brexit
Brexit: Whey we need a new environmentl protection act, Mary Creagh - 30th March- 12th March
"Changes from Brexit could put our countryside, farming and wildlife at risk. Protections for Britain's wildlife and special places currently guaranteed under European law could end up as 'zombie legislation' even with the Great Repeal Bill."
The Environmental Audit Committee inquiry into the Future of the Natural Environment after the EU Referendum.
Issues include the future of funding for biodiversity and agri-environment schemes, the likely changes in the devolved administration, and the role that managed rewilding can play in conservation and restoration.
Conservatives' hard right Brexit plans: UK's great leap backwards to 'dirty man of Europe'- 27th April 12th March