Dig in for fracking fight

The decision generated a range of reactions, with the green lobby fervently hoping that this is a forever decision.

But it’s nothing of the sort. Should the Tories be voted back into power on December 12, sooner or later an attempt will be made to remove the shackles, allowing the shale gas quest onshore UK to restart, making a mockery of the party’s greenwash pledges made during the current election campaign.

Protests will begin again and become increasingly well organised when Cuadrilla tries to resume operations at Little Plumpton.

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Fracking could start again as firm behind drilling tries to get ban overturned

Energy firm Cuadrilla, which suspended fracking in Lancashire after several tremors in August, is hoping to convince the Government the practice is safe. Cuadrilla has said it is working to address those concerns and hoped the prospective Bowland gas resource could be further appraised and developed. Both the Government and Cuadrilla continue to say natural gas will play an important role in providing energy for the UK for decades to come.

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