Brexit withdrawal agreement pledges no reduction in environmental protection during 'backstop'

Environmental protection laws - including those covering environmental impact assessments (EIAs) - will not be watered down following the UK's exit from the European Union (EU) during the period of the proposed 'backstop', under the terms of the draft Brexit agreement issued earlier this week.

by David Dewar
EU: draft withdrawal agreement published
EU: draft withdrawal agreement published

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