In parliament - MEPs mount a fightback
The new European commission took office this month under the helm of Jean-Claude Juncker, a former banker and long-time prime minister of Luxembourg, with a promise to kick-start economic growth.Leaders across Europe have welcomed this. They want to see a more efficient EU, which focuses on the “big issues” rather than the minute details of regulation. But some of Juncker’s proposals have cau
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A landfill site in Glasgow has been served with a civil penalty fine of £6,200 following a breach of its environmental permit which resulted in the release of odours that affected local communities over a period of eight days in June 2021 and saw 138 complaints.
The claimants in Harris v Environment Agency applied for judicial review of the Agency’s refusal to expand the scope of an investigation into the effect of groundwater abstraction from wetland sites across the Norfolk Broads.