THE EUROPEAN Commission has launched a case at the European Court of Justice against the British government, which is claims has failed to abide by European Union laws on environmental impact assessments for studies carried out on water management and green-field development projects. Brussels is also threatening legal action over the UK's failure to carry out an environmental impact assessment for the White City project in London and the burning of wastes in cement kilns in Lancashire. The UK is also facing legal action over a failure to ...

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