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  • Govt accepts fracking regulation changes

    The Government agreed to tighten safeguards on fracking, leading Labour to accuse ministers of a “huge U-turn”. In the Commons yesterday, Energy Minister Amber Rudd accepted Labour’s proposals for a tougher regulatory regime, as well as an “outright ban” on extraction in national parks and protected areas of natural beau...

Agriculture

Labour: Response to EFRA Committee report on dairy prices - Irranca-Davies

Labour press release Huw Irranca-Davies MP, Labour's Shadow Food and Farming minister, responding to the publication of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Se...

Animals

Greenpeace: EU Fisheries Minister fail to end overfishing at key negotiations

Greenpeace press release Commenting on the outcome of the Fisheries Council in Brussels, Greenpeace UK Oceans Campaigner Ariana Densham said: “It is unacceptable ...

Energy Policy

Labour claims u-turn as fracking law changes announced

Labour claims u-turn as fracking law changes announced

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. ...

Energy Sources

Labour claims u-turn as fracking law changes announced

Labour claims u-turn as fracking law changes announced

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. ...

Environment

Labour claims u-turn as fracking law changes announced

Labour claims u-turn as fracking law changes announced

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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