Why even a PR facelift might be too late for the frackers

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David Powell of the New Economics Foundation explains how opposition to fracking is only heading in one direction - and a tipping point for the frackers could soon be reached

"Seriously," asked the editor of this website of the latest press release from INEOS Shale, who is drafting this stuff?" Whoever did draft it (read on) deserves some sympathy. Being a PR for the frackers...

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