25th March 2014 The judge at the trial of Caroline Lucas and four other anti-fracking campaigners ruled this morning that the police did not have to release extra evidence that might help the defence case.
25th March 2014 Caroline Lucas trial: Day two – morning evidence The officer in charge of tactics at the policing operation for last year’s anti-fracking protests at Balcombe said this morning her main concern was keeping people safe. Superintendent Jane Derrick told Brighton Magistrates Court that she had […]
24th March 2014 Caroline Lucas trial: day one – afternoon evidence The chief constable of Sussex said the climate camp that came to Balcombe last August risked significant disruption to the life of the community, serious damage to property and intimidation of people working at Cuadrilla’s oil exploration […]
March 24th 2014 Caroline Lucas trial: day one – morning evidence Caroline Lucas joined the protest against Cuadrilla’s oil exploration site at Balcombe to send a message to the government that fracking was not needed or wanted, Brighton Magistrates Court heard this morning.
The following statement was read by Sheila Menon on behalf of five campaigners, including Caroline Lucas MP, before the start of their trial at Brighton Magistrates Court.
24th March 2014 The trial of the MP Caroline Lucas and four other anti-fracking campaigners is due to begin at midday today at Brighton Magistrates Court. Dr Lucas, MP for Brighton Pavilion, Ruth Potts, of Totnes, Ruth Jarman, of Hook, Sheila Menon, of London, and Josef Dobraszczyk, of […]