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Fitzpatrick critically examines the evolution of UK environmental regulation, with specific reference to the control of water pollution, in the context of the British regulatory tradition. In particular, he considers the challenge of an alternative European tradition, drawing on different legal, political and administrative norms, following the UK’s accession to the European Economic Community in 1973. He also argues that the emergence of new complex ‘wicked’ problems, such as diffuse urban pollution, has resulted in a dynamic process that has reanimated some of the traditional tenets of the British regulatory tradition while further confounding others.
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