A group of 143 doctors, nurses and health specialists has called on Theresa May to ban fracking in her final fortnight in office.
Less than a quarter of people support relaxing the rules on fracking-induced earth tremors, according to results of a new survey published today.
Fracking Week in Parliament: DrillOrDrop review of what UK politicians say about the onshore oil and gas industry. The Prime Minister was questioned about statements on her website supporting local decision-making – at a time when the government proposes to take some shale gas schemes out of local […]
A coalition of environmental organisations, community groups and academics has written to the Prime Minister in support of the National Trust in its legal fight against INEOS.
Fracking Week in Parliament The Government has disclosed that an estimate of 155 UK shale gas wells by 2025 is now considered to be out of date and there are no new figures.
Theresa May was asked in parliament for her reaction to the complaint of a Cheshire woman who was “door-stepped” by land agents acting for the UK’s biggest shale gas company.
For the second week in a row, Theresa May backed shale gas in a reply during Prime Minister’s Questions.
An eight year old boy has written to the Prime Minister asking her to prevent fracking near his new home in Derbyshire.
The former planning minister, Brandon Lewis, said tonight he believed decisions on shale gas should be made by local people, through their local authority.
A Lancashire opponent of shale gas exploration set off this morning on a 230 mile walk to London, in his words, to “openly bribe” Theresa May not to frack his home.