Ministers are working on a cross-government approach to tackling the “vile crime” of pet theft.
Hundreds of farmers will be paid to take care of parts of the countryside such as hedgerows or soil this year as part of a trial announced by the Government.
The fishing industry will be able to draw on more support as it deals with post-Brexit export issues and the impact of coronavirus, UK ministers say.
Seafood firms hit by post-Brexit border delays have been invited to apply for government compensation.
Brussels’ decision to place barriers on live UK shellfish exports is “indefensible”, the Environment Secretary has said.
Scottish shellfish firms are facing a lengthy ban on exporting to the continent, after EU officials deemed UK oysters and mussels did not comply with their health standards.
Intensive badger culling to tackle tuberculosis in cattle will no longer get the go-ahead in new areas after 2022, under plans set out by the Government.
A Stormont minister has urged the UK and Irish governments to take urgent action to address Brexit barriers to importing soils and plants into Northern Ireland.
Conditions are set to become more hazardous going into the final week of January as the Met Office gets ready to put in place five new weather warnings for snow and ice.
People are being urged to heed flood warnings into the weekend, with the Environment Secretary warning of the possibility of more “challenges” in parts of England due to wet weather next week.
Residents in parts of England are being urged to prepare for further flooding into the weekend in the wake of Storm Christoph.
Scottish seafood exporters are being "let down" by Whitehall, a senior Tory has claimed after weeks of border chaos.
Fishing industry pleas for an export "grace period" have been rejected by Environment Secretary George Eustice.
Scottish seafood firms will be able to claim up to £100,000 in compensation for sales lost due to the Brexit border chaos, the Treasury has confirmed.
Scottish seafood exporters have been battered by post-Brexit border delays since January 1.
Boris Johnson's promise to "compensate" the Scottish seafood sector, which has been battered by border delays, has been thrown into doubt by the Environment Secretary.
Scottish fish exports "won't be held up" in Brexit border checks, UK ministers have pledged - despite warnings from industry bosses.
The SNP has accused the UK Government of using the Internal Market bill as an opportunity to "lower support" for the country's farmers.
Scottish fish producers have been dealt a fresh Brexit blow, after it emerged SNP ministers have failed to recruit enough environmental officers to certify catches for export to the EU.
Boris Johnson has promised not to sell out British fishermen and has called on the EU to drop their "derisory" demands, as Brexit talks enter their week.
Britain has signed its first fisheries deal as an independent coastal state in more than 40 years.