Updated: Greenpeace attacks Chelsea FC with accusation over new sponsor's "illegal" Arctic drilling

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Russian government confirms Gazprom does not hold a valid emergency response plan, but company says it has not started Arctic drilling

Just days before the kick off for the new Premiership Season, Chelsea Football Club is facing a new opponent in the form of environmental campaigners Greenpeace. The Club recently signed a sponsorship...

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