Natural England staff treated as ‘second class public servants’, says Prospect

Workers union Prospect has delivered a damning assessment of the Government’s treatment of Natural England and its employees, claiming that the agency no longer has the resources it needs to fulfil its responsibilities.

by Dan Symonds
Natural England plays a key role in expanding AONBs such as the RSPB nature reserve Stour Valley - credit: Suffolk County Council
Natural England plays a key role in expanding AONBs such as the RSPB nature reserve Stour Valley - credit: Suffolk County Council

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