The UK’s biggest shale company has collected hundreds of Facebook posts and tweets, running to more than 3,000 pages, in support of its injunction against anti-fracking protests.
Two anti-fracking campaigners are challenging an injunction by INEOS Shale in a case beginning at the High Court tomorrow morning (Tuesday 31 October 2017).
The High Court has told the UK government to change some new rules for environmental court cases to protect those taking legal action.
At least eight anti-fracking groups are supporting marches this Saturday to protest against INEOS plans to explore for shale gas.
An injunction brought by INEOS against anti-fracking protesters will be contested at a three-day hearing at the High Court later this year.
The INEOS injunction against protests over shale gas exploration is to be challenged by a second campaigner when it comes to the High Court tomorrow (Tuesday 12 September).
In this week’s listings Challenge to INEOS injunction at the High Court in London; No Fracking Day in North East Derbyshire; West Sussex County Council meeting on extension to planning permission at Broadford Bridge; Surrey County Council meeting on retrospective permission at Brockham; Webinar on Physicians for Social […]
A judge at the High Court has dismissed a case that the government acted unlawfully when it extended a licence to explore for gas in Cheshire.
The largest shale gas exploration company in the UK was granted an interim injunction this afternoon against anti-fracking protesters.
An anti-fracking campaigner claimed in the High Court today that the government had acted unlawfully when it gave IGas more time to drill for gas near his home in Cheshire