Talk Fracking – RealFare

Here’s another post full of food for thought about a Conservative policy, in time for their party conference. This time the subject is fracking, and now it’s over to RealFare:

The good people over at Talk Fracking have been putting together some excellent images and opportunities to ask questions through Make sure you stay up to date with their Facebook page here.10672086_671651686257808_5888096633691595870_n10639644_676434185779558_1463879865118667333_n10609560_678663918889918_4825434597110864993_n156069_673302519426058_6336188721860896265_n997038_670130973076546_5920146353886731185_n10655421_670155349740775_7076460839077549909_o

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4 thoughts on “Talk Fracking – RealFare

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Ambiguous, and I would prefer something more robust.
      Labour wants cast-iron assurances that fracking will not damage the environment.
      It won’t get them because they can’t be made, meaning that – in effect – Labour is against the process. But businesspeople are slippery and politicians are notoriously easy to corrupt.

  1. Jeffrey Davies

    its all our mps have to google fracking and see whot its doing to america but the money is to much for this greedie lot to turn down yet it will affect us greatly all for pure greed the worlds gone mad its even reported that to get a pounds worth of gas out of the ground costs 6 times has much to get it someone neeeds to read the yanky reports on fracking

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