Today, we are responding to a letter from the House of Lords Industry and Regulators Committee on regulation of the water industry.
Today we are looking at media coverage of Natural England’s announcement on hen harrier breeding figures for 2023.
Environment Secretary Therese Coffey writes an opinion piece following on from the Government decision to ban the XL Bully dog. This piece has been published in the Express Shocking incidents cause concern among our communities and are a clear demonstration …
The High Court has rejected claims that the government’s Storm Overflows Discharge Reduction Plan is unlawful,
Yesterday was Back British Farming Day, where the government announced a package of measures to help people “buy British” and provide farmers with the cashflow they need to invest in their businesses – which have been widely among farming trade press, including Farmers Weekly and Farmers Guardian.
Today’s blog sets out the government and Environment Agency response to an investigation update from the OEP.
Today we are looking at coverage of the official start of work on a major flood risk management scheme at Beales Corner in Bewdley, Worcestershire.
Today, we are responding to BBC coverage on storm overflows
There has been media coverage claiming sewage discharges, also known as storm overflows, should be stopped for the bank holiday weekend.
There have been a number of reports in the media about funding for the Canal and River Trust. The Canal and River Trust (C&RT) is a charity established in 2012 to manage 2,000 miles of inland waterways by capitalising on …
Today’s blog outlines the government position on inaccurate media coverage about water body data