UK anti-fracking campaigners have joined calls to block an expansion plan by the petrochemical company Ineos in Belgium.
More than 100 campaign groups have urged the UK and Scottish governments not to bail out part of the Ineos group because of losses during the coronavirus outbreak.
More than 600 people have signed an open letter to senior police officers calling for an end to the categorisation of political campaigning as “domestic extremism”.
Opponents of government proposals to change the planning rules for shale gas developments have been taking part in protest events across England this week.
Three men sent to jail last week for taking part in anti-fracking protests are to appeal against their sentences.