Unchecked UK in the media

Unchecked UK in the media

The Sunday Telegraph: Fly-tipping surges nearly 38pc in past decade

The Daily Mail: Fly-tipping in England surges by 38% since 2010 with more than a million incidents recorded last year

The Express: Fly-tipping ‘blight’ surges 38 percent as environment secretary vows to clamp down

The Week: Ten Things You Need to Know Today: 9 October 2022

The Times: Tory plans to relax laws protecting wildlife condemned by nature groups

The Times: Voters want the new PM to address Britain’s nature emergency

The Telegraph: Water watchdog’s independence in question as revolving door with polluting private firms revealed

The Guardian: Tory leadership contenders urged not to ditch vital regulations

Channel 4 News: Traces of drugs found in marine life after sewage pumped into British waters

Channel 4 Dispatches: Britain’s Water Scandal

The Guardian: This is what ‘cutting red tape’ gets you: rivers polluted without consequence

The Guardian: In the Passport Office queue I see distress, despair and the dilapidated state of Britain

The National: Why the UK’s Internal Market Act matters to Wales

ENDS report: Water pollution testing in England drops by two thirds amid pandemic

BBC Radio Wales

The National: Welsh support regulation over food standards and pollution

BusinessGreen: Regulation: A force for good

Western Mail: The Welsh public support regulations across many areas of public life

Wales News Online: Welsh voters back strong public protections

Western Mail: Regulation – a force for people’s good

Western Mail: Standards under threat, says report

Western Mail: It’s vital to invest in collective safeguards

Wales News Online: Landmark report champions value of regulation in Wales

The Guardian: Revealed: no penalties issued under ‘useless’ English farm pollution laws

ENDS report: Local industrial enforcement plummets

Inside Track: ‘Red wall’ swing voters support strong food regulations and standards

The Guardian: UK ministers gain power to allow lower-standard food imports

ENDS report: Boris Johnson kicks off new deregulatory drive

Business Green: Deregulation drive has crippled progress towards UK’s environmental goals, study argues

Left Foot Forward: How cutting environmental protections has actually cost businesses money

ENDS Report: Deregulation has undermined UK environmental objectives, finds report

The Telegraph: England’s nature reserves are health and safety hazards because of lack of investment

The Times: ‘Catastrophic’ cuts leave watchdogs unfit for purpose, say campaigners

The Telegraph: Jeremy Paxman accuses government of being ‘appallingly inept’ at tackling fly-tipping and litter

BBC Radio 4, Woman’s Hour

BBC Countryfile

ENDS report: Research reveals ‘huge gap’ in regulatory enforcement

Channel 4 Dispatches

The Daily Mirror: Dangerous chemicals found in kids’ toys and household products, tests reveal

The Sun: Toys containing 8 dangerous chemicals including lead found on sale in the UK

ENDS Report: Local authorities ‘struggling’ to enforce product safety rules

The Grocer: Food hygiene inspection backlog ‘massive and mounting’, experts warn

ConHome: Younger, leave-backing voters want a greener, environmentally-aware Conservative Party

The New European: Young Brexit voters want EU regulations

Politics Home: Labour must seize the political space opening up before us – and banish the poisonous myth about Leavers and Remainers

HuffPost: Younger Leave Voters Want To Keep Or Boost EU Regulation After Brexit, Poll Suggests

Left Foot Forward: Behind the budget: Are we about to witness a bonfire of social protections?

BBC News at Six

BBC News at Ten

BBC Radio 4 PM

BBC Radio Wales

The Times: One in five food samples contains a hidden allergen

The Times: Natasha’s death brought new food safety rules — but they need to be enforced

The Mirror:  Amateur cooks sell dishes on Facebook without hygiene checks or regulations

The Times: Food safety checks down by half in 10 years

BBC: Homemade food: The home cooks selling hot dinners on Facebook

BBC Radio Suffolk

BBC Radio Solent

Journal of Trading Standards: Seeing red over the ‘red tape challenge’

The Times: Health and safety at risk as watchdog budgets halve

The Times, letters: Budget cuts and enforcement bodies

ENDS Report: Underfunded regulatory system ‘vulnerable to abuse’

Business Green: New campaign warns of UK’s unchecked environmental ‘enforcement gap’

Business Green: The scandal at the heart of the UK’s ‘world class’ environmental regulatory regime

DeSmog: Environmental Enforcement Agencies Have Been Crippled by Austerity

The Sunday Telegraph: Fly-tipping surges nearly 38pc in past decade

The Daily Mail: Fly-tipping in England surges by 38% since 2010 with more than a million incidents recorded last year

The Express: Fly-tipping ‘blight’ surges 38 percent as environment secretary vows to clamp down

The Week: Ten Things You Need to Know Today: 9 October 2022

The Times: Tory plans to relax laws protecting wildlife condemned by nature groups

The Times: Voters want the new PM to address Britain’s nature emergency

The Telegraph: Water watchdog’s independence in question as revolving door with polluting private firms revealed

The Guardian: Tory leadership contenders urged not to ditch vital regulations

Channel 4 News: Traces of drugs found in marine life after sewage pumped into British waters

Channel 4 Dispatches: Britain’s Water Scandal

The Guardian: This is what ‘cutting red tape’ gets you: rivers polluted without consequence

The Guardian: In the Passport Office queue I see distress, despair and the dilapidated state of Britain

The National: Why the UK’s Internal Market Act matters to Wales

ENDS report: Water pollution testing in England drops by two thirds amid pandemic

BBC Radio Wales

The National: Welsh support regulation over food standards and pollution

BusinessGreen: Regulation: A force for good

Western Mail: The Welsh public support regulations across many areas of public life

Wales News Online: Welsh voters back strong public protections

Western Mail: Regulation – a force for people’s good

Western Mail: Standards under threat, says report

Western Mail: It’s vital to invest in collective safeguards

Wales News Online: Landmark report champions value of regulation in Wales

The Guardian: Revealed: no penalties issued under ‘useless’ English farm pollution laws

ENDS report: Local industrial enforcement plummets

Inside Track: ‘Red wall’ swing voters support strong food regulations and standards

The Guardian: UK ministers gain power to allow lower-standard food imports

ENDS report: Boris Johnson kicks off new deregulatory drive

Business Green: Deregulation drive has crippled progress towards UK’s environmental goals, study argues

Left Foot Forward: How cutting environmental protections has actually cost businesses money

ENDS Report: Deregulation has undermined UK environmental objectives, finds report

The Telegraph: England’s nature reserves are health and safety hazards because of lack of investment

The Times: ‘Catastrophic’ cuts leave watchdogs unfit for purpose, say campaigners

The Telegraph: Jeremy Paxman accuses government of being ‘appallingly inept’ at tackling fly-tipping and litter

BBC Radio 4, Woman’s Hour

BBC Countryfile

ENDS report: Research reveals ‘huge gap’ in regulatory enforcement

Channel 4 Dispatches

The Daily Mirror: Dangerous chemicals found in kids’ toys and household products, tests reveal

The Sun: Toys containing 8 dangerous chemicals including lead found on sale in the UK

ENDS Report: Local authorities ‘struggling’ to enforce product safety rules

The Grocer: Food hygiene inspection backlog ‘massive and mounting’, experts warn

ConHome: Younger, leave-backing voters want a greener, environmentally-aware Conservative Party

The New European: Young Brexit voters want EU regulations

Politics Home: Labour must seize the political space opening up before us – and banish the poisonous myth about Leavers and Remainers

HuffPost: Younger Leave Voters Want To Keep Or Boost EU Regulation After Brexit, Poll Suggests

Left Foot Forward: Behind the budget: Are we about to witness a bonfire of social protections?

BBC News at Six

BBC News at Ten

BBC Radio 4 PM

BBC Radio Wales

The Times: One in five food samples contains a hidden allergen

The Times: Natasha’s death brought new food safety rules — but they need to be enforced

The Mirror:  Amateur cooks sell dishes on Facebook without hygiene checks or regulations

The Times: Food safety checks down by half in 10 years

BBC: Homemade food: The home cooks selling hot dinners on Facebook

BBC Radio Suffolk

BBC Radio Solent

Journal of Trading Standards: Seeing red over the ‘red tape challenge’

The Times: Health and safety at risk as watchdog budgets halve

The Times, letters: Budget cuts and enforcement bodies

ENDS Report: Underfunded regulatory system ‘vulnerable to abuse’

Business Green: New campaign warns of UK’s unchecked environmental ‘enforcement gap’

Business Green: The scandal at the heart of the UK’s ‘world class’ environmental regulatory regime

DeSmog: Environmental Enforcement Agencies Have Been Crippled by Austerity