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Stormont Northern Ireland
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02 February 2024

Enforcement Action over Abstraction on Northern Ireland salmon river “not a priority” for Office of Environmental Protection

The Office of Environmental Protection (OEP) has decided not to take any enforcement action against…
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Intensive Poultry Unit
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30 August 2023

If the Government Had Acted Sooner to Tackle Diffuse Agricultural Pollution…

Yesterday, the Department of Levelling Up, Housing and Communities announced that they are thinking…
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Fish Legal lawyers
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18 July 2023

Fish Legal taking Southern Water to the Criminal Courts

Fish Legal has started a private prosecution against Southern Water for polluting the river Test in…
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Royal Courts of Justice
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12 July 2023

Government and Environment Agency face High Court challenge over Yorkshire river pollution

This week, the High Court will hear a judicial review of Government and Environment Agency decision-…
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River Wye at Builth
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02 June 2023

Natural Resources Wales delay decision about River Wye downgrade

Natural Resources Wales is yet to confirm whether they have found environmental damage to the river…
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River Kent sewage litter
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28 April 2023

Water Company Allowed to Continue Polluting Protected Cumbrian River with Sewage Litter for 6 More Months

The Environment Agency (EA) has given United Utilities, the UK’s 3rd largest water company, six mont…
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Royal Courts of Justice
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24 March 2023

Anglers launch legal action over Environment Agency’s failure to curb Yorkshire Water sewage spills

The Government and Environment Agency are facing legal action for failing to stop pollution in the C…
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Algal bloom on River Wye
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28 November 2022

Natural Resources Wales accept publicly for the first time that poultry industry is damaging river Wye

The Welsh environmental regulator, Natural Resources Wales (NRW), has for the first time publicly ac…
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Southern Water abstraction point on the Test
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01 August 2022

Southern Water drought plan for rare chalk stream faces challenge for failure to protect wild salmon

A proposal by utility Southern Water to lift restrictions on the amount of water it takes from the R…
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Davidstow Creamery
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24 June 2022

Her Majesty’s cheese supplier fined £1.52 million for environmental crimes

The makers of Cathedral City cheese were fined £1.52 million and ordered to pay £272,747 in legal co…
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