United Kingdom: There’s no room for wind farms but plenty for fracking, says PM

Telegraph: In comments that will delight rural communities opposed to wind farms, the Prime Minister said that "there is a limited potential for onshore wind' in the UK. Mr Cameron instead said that he wants the UK to focus on shale gas exploration, nuclear power and offshore wind. With anti-fracking protests continuing in parts of the countryside, the Prime Minister said he wanted to "dispel myths' about the controversial technique and said that there is "no question of having earthquakes and fire coming......

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