Minister Rutley's visit to Bradford and our response to the EAC's latest comments.
Collins Oxford Dictionary has chosen ‘single-use’ as its word of 2018.
Coverage in the Telegraph of our guidance on pet travel.
A new Statutory Instrument introduced in Parliament to tighten measures around the import of olive trees and our rebuttal to the Guardian's article on air pollution.
BBC Countryfile interview on tree health and biosecurity and our response to a Guardian article on Brexit readiness.
Puppy smuggling in the Sunday Mirror and Minister Coffey on a new design to help beat plastic pollution.
Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy Cover Today Environment Minister Thérèse Coffey joined pupils from Saxmundham Primary School in Suffolk to plant her contribution to the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy Cover (QCC). The QCC is a network of forest conservation initiatives across the Commonwealth, …
The government has today launched a consultation on marine licencing requirements, as part of its ongoing drive to clean up our seas.
New research on the health impacts of air pollution The impact of poor air quality on people’s health is featured in today’s i newspaper looking at research highlighted by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) that shows air pollution causes heart …
Farming income statistics We have published new statistics today showing farm business incomes in 2017/18. Overall income has risen across almost all farming sectors, driven by a combination of a higher yields, increased production and a favourable exchange rate. It …