»Stay in touch Sign up to our newsletter for event invitations and the best information law news.

Posts Tagged ‘Fracking’

Labour Request Cameron To Fully Disclose Redacted Fracking Report

The Labour Party has increased pressure on David Cameron to publish an unredacted version of a controversial report on the impacts of fracking on house prices and local services ahead of an approaching vote by MP’s on the Infrastructure Bill.

Weekly News Round-Up: Civil servants, council tenants and the care system

Top civil servant Jeremy Heywood met Cuadrilla chief straight after Sussex fracking announcement

Britain’s most senior civil servant travelled hundreds of miles to attend a dinner with the Chief Executive of the fracking company Cuadrilla – just a day after …

Michael Gove under fire for Department of Education’s stonewalling of Parliament in response to MPs’ questions

Michael Gove under fire for Department of Education’s stonewalling of Parliament in response to MPs’ questions

Michael Gove has been formally asked to explain his department’s “exceptionally poor performance” in stonewalling questions from MPs, amid renewed accusations of a lack …

Half of people arrested in Preston are not charged

Half of people arrested in Preston are not charged

Figures from Lancashire Police, obtained by the Evening Post under the Freedom of Information Act, show there were 21,583 people arrested in Central Division in the last three years, with 10,677 …