The UK should implement the World Health Organization’s legal limits on air pollution within the Environment Bill, says Geraint Davies MP.
After a year of lockdowns to tackle the pandemic, it would seem odd to accuse the government of not prioritising our health, but that’s the case when it comes to air quality and the Environment Bill.
The flagship environmental legislation is ambling slowly through the house, and the second half of it returned to the House of Commons in late May, almost two years after a version of it was first published in October 2019.
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