The government’s controversial Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill received Royal Assent today.
A counter conference started in Glasgow today to gave a voice to indigenous peoples and the most marginalised by climate change. There were also marches and demonstrations on what was planned as a rest day for COP26.
In this week’s listings: Two-day hearing at the Court of Appeal in London on permission for fracking at Cuadrilla’s shale gas site at Preston New Road, near Blackpool; Deadline for comments on IGas application for testing at Ellesmere Port gas site; Third Energy information event about fracking at […]
Senior staff from INEOS held private meetings with parish councillors in Cheshire, Derbyshire and North Yorkshire this week to explain the company’s plans to explore for shale gas. Opponents of fracking held demonstrations outside the meetings at Frodsham and Malton. Look out for our reports on issues raised at the […]
The first trial arising from protests outside Cuadrilla’s oil exploration site at Balcombe collapsed within an hour when the judge questioned whether an offence had been committed. District Judge Peter Crabtree invited the prosecution to drop the case at Brighton Magistrates Court this morning (25/11/13) after hearing evidence […]