Mr Hogan said he had been negotiating with the European Commission in 2011 and 2012 to minimise the impact of new septic tank regulations.
That’s from this article in the Irish Times.
Why does this chap want to minimise the impact of his own department’s regulations? Is he not at all interested in water quality?
Angela, would you mind invading please?
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