Brexit: UK’s legal cases at ECJ will ‘fall away’ after December, says environment minister

Ongoing cases involving the UK’s infringement of EU green laws will “fall away” from January, environment minister George Eustice has said, in comments that are at odds with the terms of the Withdrawal Agreement signed with Brussels.

by Rachel Salvidge
Fog over London's Tower Bridge: The UK is still facing EU legal action for illegal levels of air pollution. Photo: In Pictures Ltd./Corbis via Getty Images
Fog over London's Tower Bridge: The UK is still facing EU legal action for illegal levels of air pollution. Photo: In Pictures Ltd./Corbis via Getty Images

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