In July of this year, the UK government were forced by the High Court to produce a new air quality plan to tackle pollution, however the measures set out were widely criticized for not going far enough. Documented in the article cited, environmental law group ClientEarth is threatening to take the government to court again as a result. They are demanding a new set of measures in the form of a legal letter to Environment Secretary Michael Gove (known as a ‘letter before action’) which acts as a last request of sorts.
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