KatrinaL Arrested at PNR on 04082017
Didn’t believe it until I saw the live stream. This is something that is becoming a habit due to the ridiculous arrests police are making to try and whittle down the protectors numbers…
1. Someone arrested for swearing (laughed out of court)
2. Someone arrested for a cigarette end[…]
In Lancashire every day brave determined individuals are standing up to the abuse of power by the state. (Or rather, lying down, and locking on to each other.)
The people of Lancashire said no to fracking.
Greedy, arrogant, ignorant (police protected) politicians in Westminster then send the police in, to protect the would-be frackers, the[…]
We can’t stop this industry by just locking-on or jumping on trucks by Tina Louise Rothery
We can’t stop this industry by just locking-on or jumping on trucks – BUT we don’t stand a chance at all, if we don’t take direct action. Since fracking companies started threatening our communities over 6 years ago… we[…]Read more →
Lorry surfing, in a surfer’s own words.
I’m free! I have my phone back and I’m heading down to London this weekend. Lancs police gave me a nice hot shower, tea, cottage pie, smiles, a warm place to sleep for a while and asked me to rate my stay on TripAdvisor 🙂 oh and these[…]
A Voice for Leith Hill
A Voice for Leith Hill has put out this press release today with the Leith Hill Action Group:
On the eve of the Prudential 100 cycle event (July 30th), campaign groups in Surrey are warning of serious risk to cyclists on the same roads in the coming months.
Its getting interesting down on Preston New Road in Blackpool by Peter Yankowski
Its getting interesting down on Preston New Road in Blackpool. Seems that there is a metaphorical or maybe even an actual tear in reality as state sanctioned violence and consumerism meets peaceful protectors. The fossil fuel industries have sold and consumed most[…]
Occupy Mayday at PNR Site 28072017 #RollingResistance
Firstly … In parts this time, just in case … You’re correct, I can not access 4G data on the Three network.
Today, all in all, would have qualified as being a fairly decent anti-fracking action, if not for how it ended. There was a total lockdown of[…]
This is a mirror of the original article in Ecowatch.
The Poison Papers: Secret Concerns of Industry and Regulators on the Hazards of Pesticides and Other Chemicals
The Bioscience Resource Project and the Center for Media and Democracy released a trove of rediscovered and newly digitized chemical industry and regulatory agency documents Wednesday stretching back[…]
Tina Louise Rothery interview regarding the protection camp set up against Cuadrilla poisoning the water supply in Lancashire.
Lancashire Police have drafted in officers from other forces to launch a 24-hour operation at the fracking site in Fylde.
Current £450,000 tax payers’ money ([per month) budgeted for the Police to act as Cuadrilla[…]