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Prime Minister calls for UK-wide fracking

Prime Minister calls for UK-wide fracking

The Prime Minister has expressed the government’s support for plans for fracking wells to be developed across the entire UK. He denied reports that the government want the fracking to be confined only to certain areas of the country. Writing for ...

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Controversial shale exploration started in Balcombe

Controversial shale exploration started in Balcombe

  Cuadrilla has started controversial exploratory drilling at the shale fracking site in Balcombe, Sussex. This will explore the feasibility of extracting shale oil from the site, and has been the subject of a campaign against the fracking process which ...

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British Gas could offer free power Saturdays

British Gas could offer free power Saturdays

It has emerged that British Gas could offer free power to their customers from early next year, since parent company Centrica released it’s half year financial results yesterday. The tariff is intended to cut peak demand during the week, by ...

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