United Kingdom: No place for mob rule over fracking

Telegraph: When British energy company Cuadrilla announced that it was going to start exploratory drilling for oil and gas on the outskirts of the sleepy West Sussex village of Balcombe, the residents were understandably concerned -- and they voiced their objections in a peaceful and responsible manner. They set up gazebos and bunting at the roadside; there was tea, music and even a cricket match. But then a hard core of outside activists turned up who transformed the protest into something quite different.......

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