Environment Bill update
The Environment Bill passed its second reading in the House of Commons on 26 February and is now at Committee stage, where a cross-party group of MPs, plus the environment minister, go through the Bill line by line and consider amendments, which will be considered by parliament.To aid this process, a small number of evidence sessions are being held to inform the Committee's scrutiny. As part of the work IEMA – home to the Broadway Initiative – is doing on the Bill, I gave ev
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