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06.06.2016Fracking plans, bans and bangs 24.05.2016We fight on, say fracking opponents after Yorkshire approval20.05.2016White rose residents say no to fracking16.05.2016Crunch week for fracking06.05.2016Gaps, flips and starting guns29.04.2016UK shale boss looks forward to first UK frack for five years19.04.2016Assessing the benefits of onshore drilling09.04.2016Weighing up the evidence in the Cuadrilla fracking inquiry: how do inspectors decide?01.04.2016Has the UK woken up to fracking?27.03.2016Who decides about onshore oil and gas? 20.03.2016National need versus local impacts14.03.2016Final arguments as Cuadrilla fracking inquiry draws to a close06.03.2016Mind the gap: inquiry exposes loophole in fracking waste regulations28.02.2016What would a 53m drilling rig look like?21.02.2016"We are people, not receptors", fracking inquiry told13.02.2016Cuadrilla’s fracking plans go on trial07.02.2016One in. One out31.01.2016A week of leaks, rallies and taking a stand on fracking24.01.2016Decisions, delays, data and dangers17.01.2016Police and bailiffs evict anti-fracking camp08.01.2016INEOS spotlight turns to English shale gas02.01.20162015 fracking review of the year18.12.2015Triumphant week for UK fracking but plenty of ‘buts’ remain 11.12.2015Ducks swimming on site approved for gas exploration27.11.2015“Local democracy’s Black Friday” 20.11.2015UK goes all out for gas but no fracking approvals likely in 201514.11.2015UK round-up of this week's fracking and onshore drilling news06.11.2015Government’s double U-turn makes fracking rules even more complicated30.10.2015Fracking U-turns, women and trust23.10.2015Planning: the pig-in-the-middle of fracking