“This historic ruling marks a turning point inthe fight for clean air and will pile the pressure on Owen Paterson. Faced withcourt action on two fronts, he must now come up with an ambitious plan toprotect people from carcinogenic diesel fumes. Until now, his only policy hasbeen lobbying in Europe to try and weaken air pollution laws.”
“TheSupreme Court recognised that this case has broader implications for EUenvironmental law: The Government can’t flout environmental law with impunity.If the Government breaks the law, citizens can demand justice and the courtsmust act.”
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