United Kingdom: Anti-fracking activists arrested at oil drilling site

Telegraph: The demonstration, which began on Thursday, is against plans by fracking company Cuadrilla to explore for oil and gas in the area. Local residents, including mothers and children, set up gazebos and bunting by the roadside, while some protesters stopped lorries from entering the area by playing cricket outside the site in Balcombe, Sussex. However, at midday on Friday, 90 police arrived and told around 12 protesters, who had linked arms on a log across the entrance to the site, that they must......

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