Results from the latest government survey on fracking shows that public opposition has risen to its highest level so far and support dropped to a record low.
A parliamentary group is seeking expert evidence on earthquakes caused by fracking.
This post is tracking politician comments, council votes and petition signatures on government proposals to change the planning rules for shale gas developments in England.
For the first time since 2013, a quarterly public attitudes survey for the government has not asked questions on whether people support or oppose fracking.
UK support for fracking has recovered from its record low, according to the latest findings from a quarterly government survey. Opposition fell slightly but remains double the level of support.
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The shale gas company, Cuadrilla, says it has now spent more than £4.7m in the Lancashire economy since January 2016.