Two anti-fracking campaigners are seeking appeals over the injunction granted to INEOS Shale against anti-fracking protests.
The shale gas company, INEOS, has said some products which may be used at a proposed exploration site could cause cancer or birth defects if “permitted to escape”. They could also lead to mutations and were toxic to plants and animals.
Two campaigners who challenged the injunction by INEOS Shale against anti-fracking protests have vowed to continue their fight.
A High Court judge ruled this morning that an interim injunction sought by INEOS against anti-fracking protesters should continue. See DrillOrDrop breaking news.
A judge has ruled that an injunction obtained against anti-fracking protesters by INEOS Shale should continue
In this update on protests about fracking and the onshore oil and gas industry: Labour rallies at Kirby Misperrton and Preston New Road; Suffragette-style protest at Pickering Conservative offices; Sit-down and lorry protest at Preston New Road; Slow walk protests; Anti-fracking rally in Sherwood Forest; Acquittal of Greenpeace […]
A High Court judge hearing the challenge to INEOS’s injunction against anti-fracking protests has reserved his judgement.