Activists file formal complaint alleging government has breached international law in signing deal.
David Briggs on why sustainability and the EU make good business sense.
Government criticised over ‘indefensible’ proposal that could undermine climate efforts while yielding benefit of only £1.38m.
They will be joined by a young bull from Germany in mid-August, whose arrival was delayed by import complications related to Brexit.
Publication of UK REACH's priorities for upcoming year prompts concern of growing regulatory gap between EU and UK on hazardous chemical regulation.
Environment secretary George Eustice wants to tear up a key piece of European law that environmentalists say protects cherished habitats in the UK.
Ministers criticised for failing to fight for ‘ambitious’ commitments to cut CO2 emissions.
Tory MPs urge government to scrap EU pesticide regulations and allow all US chemicals on food 14/06/2022
Conservative MPs have urged the government to use its Brexit freedoms to ditch the EU’s cautious approach to making sure pesticides are safe for human consumption.
A backlash against Boris Johnson’s plan to cut Britain's carbon emissions is gaining prominent backers in the U.K. — and they're dusting off the playbook used by the Brexit campaign.
Work to establish the real impact of Brexit on council services has been commissioned by Midlothian Council to give ‘clarity’ to the situation.
According to experts, the best long-term environmental and economic measure Tory ministers could adopt is a close relationship with the EU market.
UK businesses are paying 10 per cent more than their EU counterparts to trade their emissions following Brexit.
A new parliamentary report warned the “blind optimism” shown by Tory ministers could force many small and tenant farmers in England out of business - but environment secretary George Eustice insists UK farmers are better off since Brexit.
Government refusal to link carbon market to EU’s has led to higher cost for British businesses.
Post-Brexit chemicals regime risks UK becoming ‘dumping ground’ for dangerous substances, campaigners warn 16/12/2021
A plan by Boris Johnson’s government to change the regulation of chemicals after Brexit risks making the UK a “dumping ground” for harmful substances, experts and campaigners have warned.
Investigation finds areas of cleared land in Queensland likely to be habitats for threatened species.
Welsh Liberal Democrats have welcomed a proposed new bill which will protect Welsh farmers from being undercut by food trade deals which do not meet environmental and animal welfare standards.
The UK's largest environmental charities have slammed the government for not doing enough to encourage an uptake in nature-friendly farming methods to tackle climate change.
The government would do well to read the House of Lords EU committee report on Brexit impacts, recently debated in the Lords.
A pro-EU campaign is pouring cash into a concerted effort to unseat 44 high-profile 'Blue Wall' Tory MPs, the Mirror can reveal.
Boris Johnson ‘hung up’ on trying to prove Brexit was good and flight tax change meaningless, government’s climate adviser says 31/10/2021
Rishi Sunak's cut to tax on internal UK flights in Wednesday's Budget was an example of the government trying to prove Brexit was a good idea, a top climate adviser has claimed.
Government slashed domestic flight taxes ‘to prove Brexit was a good idea’, says top climate adviser 31/10/2021
The decision by Rishi Sunak to cut domestic flight taxes was met with opposition by climate groups and Labour figures
'Global Britain' could increase emissions by the equivalent of 44,000 transatlantic flights, research found.
Findings cast doubt on Boris Johnson commitment to climate action ahead of key summit, Commission claims.
Filth spewing into a picturesque stretch of U.K. coastline is far from the image of post-Brexit Britain that Boris Johnson wants to portray.