Do more powers = better enforcement for regulators?

Do more powers = better enforcement for regulators?
The Environment Agency and Natural England have been given new powers to tackle crime. Will it make much difference on the front lines?
Yes, the more tools you give regulators the more effective they can be
No, enforcement is about resources not extra powers
Maybe, maybe not - time will tell

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