Two climate campaigners accused of criminal damage at a fossil fuels protest on Cambridge University land have been found not guilty after nearly three years.
Opponents of plans to test an oil well at the West Sussex village of Balcombe have got permission to bring a legal challenge.
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Campaigners and residents in Dorset are calling for tougher measures against the company behind last month’s oil leak in Poole Harbour.
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Protesters from across south-east England gathered outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London this morning to voice their anger at the government overturning Surrey County Council’s refusal of planning permission for gas exploration near the village of Dunsfold.
The government was defeated eight times in the House of Lords yesterday on its proposed legislation to limit certain types of protest.
The would-be fracking company, Ineos, has been ordered to pay the costs of two campaigners who challenged its controversial injunctions.
Key parts of government plans to crack down on protest were blocked in the House of Lords yesterday.
The anti-fracking movement has paid tributes to the fashion designer and campaigner, Dame Vivienne Westwood, who died yesterday, aged 81.