Anti-fracking protesters target Blackpool Tower

BBC: Two men have been arrested after apparently erecting banners over the Blackpool Tower to protest against a method of extracting gas. Police were called to the tower at 07:25 BST after reports banners had been put up half way up the south side. The men, who gained access to the tower by dressing as builders, were protesting against the use of fracking. They came down about an hour later. A 24-year-old from East Sussex and 63-year-old from Surrey were arrested. Officers said they were being held......

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