Brexit

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Mining in the UK: Part I

Dawn Stevenson
| 4th February 2019
The UK Government and industry players are looking to revitalise domestic mining, placing communities and ecosystems under threat.

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Brexit: The uncivil war

Chloe Farand
Mat Hope
| 11th January 2019
An overwhelmingly male cast involved in whipping up support for the Leave includes ministers, political activists, businessmen and strategists.

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Priorities for the marine environment after Brexit

Dr Abigail McQuatters-Gollop
| 15th June 2018
The decision to leave the EU will have a major impact on environmental policy and legislation. How this will apply to the marine environment remains an issue of great debate. The British Ecological Society and Marine Biological Association came together to discuss the challenges and opportunities arising from Brexit. Dr ABIGAL McQUATTERS-GOLLOP provides a summary of the findings

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Brexit bill will 'rip the heart out of environmental protections'

Keith Taylor MEP
| 11th June 2018
An amendment to the Withdrawal Bill will be debated in the House of Commons tomorrow aimed at addressing two glaring omissions from the proposed legislation - the precautionary and polluter pays principles. If MPs fail to vote for the change, the Bill will rip the heart out of the UK's environmental protections, warns Green MEP Keith Taylor

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