United Kingdom: Rural crisis warning as frackers target Yorkshire region

Halifix Courier: Rural campaIgners have urged the Government to consider the impact of fracking on the half a billion pound a year local tourism economy. Concern is growing that drilling for oil and gas in parts of Yorkshire, including potential bids in the North York Moors national park, could see major disruption to rural life. Ministers are to be asked what protection can be offered to the rural villages and farms which form a vital part of the tourism economy amid fears some fracking sites will need a regular......

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