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Fracking Trespass Law Changes Move Forward Despite Huge Public Opposition

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From the Grauniad

http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2014/sep/26/fracking-trespass-law-changes-move-forward-despite-huge-public-opposition

Government needed to publish its response to the "consultation". Oh, look, Iraq!

So, I bet there'll be cheaper houses in some areas, maybe even in the South East of England. Those who believe fracking will have no deleterious effects may yet be able to afford a house somewhere nice.

Edit: because I cannot for the life of me type this afternoon

Edited by Snugglybear

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