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Environment Agency chief supports plan to weaken river pollution rules

Campaigners say Sir James Bevan is trying to ‘rig system’ and cover up decades of failure

The head of the Environment Agency has endorsed a proposal to weaken laws on cleanliness of polluted rivers, lakes and coastlines after Brexit.

Campaigners say Sir James Bevan is trying to “rig the system” to cover up decades of failure by the agency.

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