Netpol, a front for anarchist activists

Yesterday, a group called Netpol issued a call for a review of policing tactics at anti-fracking protests. But they got everything backwards, and it's hardly surprising.

 

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Co-leader of the Green Party libels UK #fracking companies on camera

Jonathan Bartley, co-leader of the Green Party told some egregious lies yesterday. 

 

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Fylde businessman does fracking u-turn

A Fylde hotelier appears to have done a u-turn since telling a Public Inquiry he would reconsider further investment in the area should fracking be approved.

 

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Why fracking opponents are getting desperate

The proof of the pudding is in the eating, and they're desperate to stop you tasting any.

 

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Latest tracker shows that #fracking ambivalence is firmly entrenched

The latest quarterly Public Attitudes Tracker results have been published today by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

 

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What happens to fracking fluid left underground?

One of the chief worries that people have about fracking concerns what happens to fracking fluid left underground. It's not the problem you think it is.

 

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Online harassment of businesses needs to stop

From the real world to the virtual world, the tactics may have changed but anti-fracking activists are still harassing businesses

 

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Why a repeat of the 2011 fracking tremors is unlikely

A lot has changed since two minor tremors in 2011 were attributed to test fracking in Lancashire

 

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Gas sails in and money sails out without fracking

Importing Liquefied Natural Gas cost us at least £2 billion in 2016 - a figure predicted to rise sharply without fracking

 

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UK shale gas could lower domestic energy bills after all

You've probably heard opponents of shale gas and fracking in the UK claim that it won't reduce gas prices for consumers, but that may not be true.

 

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