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Over the weekend the Government published its long-awaited response to the Department for Communities and Local Government Select Committee inquiry into litter (March 2015). The Government then sought to outline a response to the concerning findings by announcing its determination to launch a national campaign against littering.
New research shows that local housing targets are driven by over-ambition rather than need.
Proposals to extend deal to housing associations, voluntarily or not, will destroy liveability of villages, say campaigners
Break the Bag Habit coalition argues that new poll and voluntary business participation points to English bag charge success
CPRE uses new map and Government data to call for more investment and better management for rural roads
Major national litter groups and business organisations have today made a joint plea to Government to take a firm lead on litter.
CPRE launches campaign calling on Government to turn rhetoric into action and protect Green Belt

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