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What could Brexit mean for Britain’s Environmental Policy and Regulations?

One of the larger all-party groups in Parliament, the All-Party Parliamentary Environment Group was set up in 1993 to strengthen the influence of Parliamentarians on public policy and public debate on the environment. The Group also aims to assist Parliamentarians by improving their access to specialist information through regular group meetings and contact with senior environmental managers and directors from industry and NGOs, written briefings and special reports.

 

Read the group’s report, on what Brexit could mean for Britain’s Environmental Policy and Regulations – Brexit.

 

 

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