Environment Bill 'may not be passed by COP26 due to government opposition to latest amendments'

Concerns have been raised that the Environment Bill might not hit the government's deadline of it receiving royal assent before the Glasgow climate talks open on 1 November, due to ministers attempting to reverse a series of recent amendments in the Lords.

by Gareth Simkins and John Geoghegan
COP26 president Alok Sharma. Pic: Russell Cheyne / AFP / Getty Images
COP26 president Alok Sharma. Pic: Russell Cheyne / AFP / Getty Images

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