Caroline Spelman

Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman's rugby-playing teenage son Jonathan is "deeply sorry" for taking banned substances
Naturalist Bill Oddie took a man dressed up as a badger to Westminster on Tuesday morning to protest at the government's
The High Court today refused to continue a privacy injunction won by Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman's teenage son
The High Court will rule today on a bid by the teenage son of Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman to continue a privacy
The south east of England is now in a state of drought, according to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
The south east of England is now officially in a state of drought, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
The world must set a series of new goals for a greener economy at a major conference in June, Environment Secretary Caroline
Householders will no longer face fines for making "innocent mistakes" when putting out their bins under plans being announced
DEFRA, the UK's environment ministry, was taken to the High Court by international environmental law firm ClientEarth over its failure to meet legal limits on air quality in 17 regions and cities across Britain. Whilst David Cameron would never be confused with Dan Quayle in terms of his environmental knowledge, it is time for him to match his awareness of the issues with the leadership we need to tackle this public health crisis. After all, don't we all have the right to take a stroll down our local high street in the knowledge it won't take years off our lives?
Animal welfare campaigners have vowed to fight badger culling in England after trials were given the go-ahead by Environment
A new website is being launched to make it easier for householders to stop junk mail coming through their letter box, the
Once upon a time that question was met with ridicule; the poser rendered a fool simply by having the temerity to ask it.
The Labour Party's announcement that they want the government to review its decision to cull badgers suggests the animals
A set piece statement in the House of Commons is hard to file in the 'burying bad news' category, but it looks as thought