Fracking faces tough foes in leafy Sussex

Telegraph: You could call it a tale of two countrysides. On one side of the B2036 at Lower Stumble, near the leafy West Sussex village of Balcombe, stands a high, newly erected metal fence guarding the site where Cuadrilla -- Britain's main fracking firm -- plans to drill. To get in, you have to pass through two heavily padlocked gates, festooned with signs: No Access; No Admittance; Authorised Personnel Only; Guard Dogs on Patrol: even Danger, Firearms in Use -- though this may refer to shooting on the nearby......

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