As part of its ‘Clean Air For All’ campaign, the Times (online) has published an interview with the Environment Secretary Michael Gove and the Health Secretary Matt Hancock. The Times mistakenly claims the Environment Secretary “rejected” the paper’s calls for …
We look at Natural England's opening of the new England Coast Path from Skegness to Mablethorpe, and Environment Secretary discussing Deposit Return Scheme with schoolchildren.
On today's blog we look at the Daily Mail's coverage of the upcoming Great British Spring Clean, reporting nearly 100,000 people have signed up to litter clear-ups so far. We also report on Defra's announcement of the GovTech catalyst competition winners.
The Environment Secretary addressed stakeholders at the annual NFU Conference. Speaking alongside NFU President Minette Batters, he reiterated our commitment to maintain high standards of food production, animal welfare and environmental standards as the UK leaves the EU.
In today's blog, the Environment Secretary Michael Gove launches Year of Green Action at London Zoo.
Tougher labelling laws for allergy sufferers Today we have launched a consultation to strengthen food allergen labelling laws, giving the UK’s two million allergy suffers clearer information on the food they buy. Under current rules, food prepared on the premise …
Environment Secretary launches world-leading Clean Air Strategy.
Following Environment Secretary Michael Gove’s visit to the Oxford Farming Conference, there has been widespread coverage of his keynote speech.
The Environment Secretary speaks at the Oxford Farming Conference and The Times on megafarms.
Environment Secretary welcomes results of supermarket Iceland's bottle return scheme.