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Tessa Munt quit as Vince Cable’s parliamentary private secretary so she could vote against the Government on fracking. Lib Dem MP Tessa Munt said she was quitting "with regret", but that her views on shale exploration “cannot be reconciled with the Government”.
Citizens Advice press release Profit estimate makes inadequacy of price cuts clear Citizens Advice has said today that recent price cuts are clearly inadequate a...
Ed Davey welcomed the falls in energy bills, but encouraged consumers to shop around for the best deals away from the bigger companies. “It is good news that ener...
Tessa Munt claimed the Government had no plan on how to store "toxic" water used in the fracking process. "We’re told constantly that fracking has been going on 3...
Greenpeace press release Fracking decision delayed - Greenpeace response Commenting on the decision by the Lancashire county council planning committee to al...
Labour has accused the Government of a U-turn on fracking after ministers agreed a raft of changes to the law governing the controversial energy extraction method. ...
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