ClientEarth is an environmental lawyers organisation that brought the case to the Supreme Court. It comes after the Court of Appeal declined an application for judicial review of the Government's plans to improve air quality.
Today Lord Carnwath JSC backed ClientEarth's case, ruling the Government is breaching article 13 of the EU Air Quality Directive.
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