Labour’s new climate change minister has demanded a ban on fracking.
A legal challenge by a petrochemicals firm over an effective ban on fracking cost the Scottish Government around £175,000, according to figures obtained via a freedom of information (FOI) request.
Environmental protesters have targeted the cycling team sponsored by energy giant Ineos.
The Government’s fracking tsar has quit the post after just six months, claiming policy around the controversial process means there is “no purpose” to her job.
Donald MacLeod: Life’s a gas if you’re a money-grabbing energy supplier, so, whisper it, what about fracking?
HERE'S hoping another Beast From The East doesn’t roar through the UK this winter, chilling us all to the bones.
HOLLYWOOD star Mark Ruffalo has praised the Scottish Government for their ban on fracking.
LABOUR'S move to ban fracking in Scotland has been backed by nearly 90% of the public in a new consultation.