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  • Commons committee to urge fracking ban

    A group of MPs is set to call for a moratorium on fracking in order to help the UK meet its climate change commitments. The Sunday Times reports that the Environmental Audit Committee will tomorrow warn that shale gas extraction could lead to Britain missing its pledge to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050.

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

Jim Murphy: TV debates could get too big

Jim Murphy said that if the TV debates were made any bigger, they could risk looking like a quiz show, but that it was up to the broadcasters to decide the format. ...

Energy Sources

Scottish Labour: No fracking in Scotland, says Murphy

Scottish Labour press release The next Scottish Labour Government would use the new Smith powers to stop onshore fracking in Scotland, Jim Murphy said. The Sco...

Environment

Scottish Labour: SNP should back Labour on fracking

Scottish Labour press release SNP should back Labour on fracking Responding to comments from the SNP about the fracking votes for Infrastructure Bill on Monday...

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