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MPs have called on the Government to introduce new legal powers that could stem the spread of invasive species of plants and animals. The Environmental Audit Committee says current measures are “too slow” to tackle the problems and urges Westminster to copy the Scottish government’s powers, which allow it to “implement an...
Environmental Audit Committee press release The Government must implement new legal powers for tackling invasive plants and animals, Parliament’s green watchdog ha...
Labour press release Maria Eagle MP, Labour's Shadow Environment Secretary, responding to estimates from Public Health England (PHE) that long-term exposure to ai...
Peter Lilly said David Cameron was wrong to commit the Government to being the greenest ever. Asked whether it was an error to make this commitment, he said: “Ye...
ComRes/Green Energy UK press release Is anyone listening to what energy customers want? ComRes Survey reveals that the Big Six are trusted but customers say th...
Expecting central government and the Environment Agency to pay for everything is not the solution to flooding, the Environment Secretary has said. Owen Paterson s...
05/04/2014 on Week in Westminster
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02/04/2014 on Today, BBC Radio 4
01/04/2014 on Daily Politics, BBC Two
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