Fracking firm Cuadrilla trespassed on private land for geological surveys

Guardian: Fracking company Cuadrilla repeatedly trespassed on to private land during geological surveys and in one garden marked a site for the detonation of explosive charges before being chased off, the Guardian can reveal. The company, currently facing serious protests at its drilling site in Balcombe, West Sussex, has paid out to at least one Lancashire homeowner to settle legal action over the trespassing and was warned by ministers that such issues undermined confidence in the company and "only served......

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