10 key things that happened this week

Ten of the biggest stories from the past week, including news that planning lawyers have warned that the latest delay to the Environment Bill means that its provisions, including a new environmental watchdog and a biodiversity net gain requirement in all new developments, won't come into force until after the UK leaves the European Union on January 1.

by Michael Donnelly
Biodiversity: Fresh Environment Bill delay (pic: Getty)
Biodiversity: Fresh Environment Bill delay (pic: Getty)

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