Tory peer tells the Telegraph he meant to highlight the North West as being home to 'large, uninhabited and desolate areas that are suitable for fracking
The Tory peer who sparked outrage earlier this week for suggesting fracking should be focused on "large, uninhabited and desolate areas" in the North East has admitted that he misspoke - he meant to say...
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