Midlands MEP Claims There's No Money Available For The Nature Restoration Law

Luke Ming Flanagan voted against the legislation.

A Midlands North West Constituency MEP who voted against the Nature Restoration Law yesterday claims there's no money available for the scheme.

Ireland has until 2026 to come up with a plan to re-wild 20 percent of sea and land by 2030 to increase biodiversity.

Two Irish MEPs voted against the proposals in the European Parliament yesterday.

One of them is Independent Luke Ming Flanagan, who says there's no concrete plan:

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