Anti-fracking campaigners are to protest against Ineos during the Tour of Britain cycle race tomorrow (14 September 2019) by wearing devil masks of the company’s billionaire owner, Jim Ratcliffe.
Climate campaigners have used a yellow boat to block the entrance of Cuadrilla’s suspended fracking site near Blackpool.
Events in September 2019 and beyond about UK fracking, onshore oil and gas and campaigning West Lancs Borough Council to vote on Aurora fracking plans Moss Alliance public meetings on Aurora fracking plans Surrey County Council to decide on UKOG expansion at Horse Hill Sentencing of three people […]
A long-awaited consultation is underway on new guidance for policing protests.
A campaigner from Hull was remanded in custody by a court in the city today following a protest against local drilling for oil and gas.
This month, Cuadrilla began fracking its second well at Preston New Road, near Blackpool. 12 days later it was ordered to stop after causing the UK’s largest fracking-induced earth tremor.
A senior campaigner with a European environmental organisation has described how he was arrested at the Tour de France carrying anti-fracking fliers and masks of the Ineos boss, Jim Ratcliffe.