We have provided a response regarding the Envionment Agency’s responsibilties for regulating landfill sites.
This morning, there is coverage on the condition of flood defences across England, following an appearance by the Environment Agency’s Chief Executive, Sir James Bevan before Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee of MPs on Thursday.
There has been coverage in the Daily Telegraph and ENDs Report around the Hoveton Broad Restoration Project.
There was coverage in today’s Times, Yorkshire Post and Birdguides that a protected hen harrier has gone missing from a grouse moor in the Yorkshire Dales.
In today's blog we look at the movement of agri-goods between Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Today we look at media coverage of a Defra consultation to enable the fast-tracking of some supermarket delivery lorries returning to Europe so that they can restock and return, ensuring delays are not introduced into the food supply chain.
Emergency authorisation for the limited use of a neonicotinoid seed treatment on the 2021 sugar beet crop.
In today's blog we set out details on the process of exporting fish to the European Union and outline the support for the industry.
In today’s blog, we look at the launch of the gene editing consultation.
In today's blog we look at coverage of the Marine Conservation Society's report on the impact of bottom trawling on Marine Protected Areas.
The Government took action to end the practice of pulse trawling by EU and English-registered vessels in February 2019 which took effect at the end of the transition period.