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Ineos Loses Further Ground In Its Desperate Attempts to Criminalise Fracking Protestors

Petrochemical giant, INEOS, today found themselves in a deteriorating position, following a High Court verdict, which partially dismissed their questionable injunction that had been imposed in July early this year. Following a court hearing on the 31 July 2017, which was conducted in private...
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INEOS: Nonsense Presented as Fact

Peter Olive writes a guest post for Talk Fracking, on INEOS's obfuscation of its company name   The Use and Abuse of Latin in the Petrochemical Industry Petrochemical CEO Jim Ratcliffe claims that his company name, INEOS, is informed by Greek and Latin roots. No doubt he learned these...
Battle for Britain: Fracking INEOS v The People At The High Court

DAY ONE: INEOS v THE PEOPLE

A powerful group photo call of INEOS-gagged campaigners outside the Royal Courts of Justice opened the three-day hearing yesterday, of the challenge against a prohibitive injunction which restricts people’s right to protest against INEOS’s fracking operations. The first day of the High Court...
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New Bill to outlaw protest against CSG

This week Australia’s New South Wales (NSW) government proposed shocking new legislation that could severely restrict people’s right to protest. The Deputy Leader of the opposition, Walt Secord said, “..gas exploration operations will be treated as mining under New South Wales law. Make...
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Problems with Policing Those Opposed to Fracking

There are over 400 groups now fighting to stop unconventional energy around the UK. Each group has its own identity primarily based on location or campaign-type and although they all share a determined aim, each is an entirely autonomous group that acts to its own agenda and style. Some groups...