In this guest post, John Pring, of the Disability News Service, reports on how Lancashire police sent information to a government department about disabled anti-fracking protesters. He also investigates accusations that the force repeatedly targeted vulnerable people at protests.
Several shale gas wells in production would be seen as success by the government, according to recently released notes of a round-table meeting between the energy minister and the industry.
In this week’s listings High Court ruling in UK Oil & Gas plc protest injunction case; Rotherham Council considers second Ineos shale gas application for Woodsetts site in South Yorkshire; Europa seeks to extend protest injunction at Leith Hill; Global day of action, Rise for Climate, for 100% renewable energy; […]
Most of the notes about a recent meeting between a minister and the shale gas industry have been redacted “in the public interest” or because they contained confidential information, a government department has said.
In this week’s listings Rally in south east England by EarthFirst summer gathering Jamie Bartlett and John Ashton to speak at rally outside Preston New Road Frack Free Scarborough visit Lancashire Seven local group meetings Plus regular gatherings
In this week’s listings Decision expected on Ineos plans for shale gas exploratory drilling at Bramleymoor Lane in Derbyshire; First anniversary of Green Monday protests at Cuadrilla’s Preston New Road shale gas site; Latest release of data in government public attitudes to fracking survey; Start of Lancashire lorry […]
50+ events in July 2018 about UK fracking and onshore oil and gas including: Court challenges to UKOG and Cuadrilla injunctions; Appeal hearing of campaigner convicted after climbing onto a drilling rig; Scheduled hearing in Ineos case against National Trust over access to Clumber Park; Third UK Onshore […]