Members of Secondary Legislation Committee will meet today to discuss changes to legislation that critics say could ease ban on fracking in National Parks
Shadow energy and climate change secretary Lisa Nandy has accused the government of trying to "sneak through fracking regulations" by the "parliamentary back door" ahead of a committee session today that...
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