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15/8/2014
Some formed defensive positions around underground tunnels, others nervously guarded the greenhouses, and one brave squatter scaled a makeshift watchtower to catch an early glimpse of any mob-handed intruders. Nearby, a 16-year-old girl ...   
14/11/2013
Peaceful protests could be outlawed on the sole grounds that they might annoy nearby residents under contentious new powers being granted to councils, campaign groups warn. The “shockingly open-ended” orders could also be used to ban ...   
20/8/2013
What do bloody clashes on the streets of Cairo have in common with anti-fracking protests against the Cuadrilla exploration rig in rural West Sussex? At a stretch, what links the Battle of Balcombe, which so outrages Tory Fleet Street, with ...   
7/8/2013
Outside the site, in Balcombe, West Sussex, about 40 tents were erected as protests continued against the operation. More than 30 people have been arrested so far for obstructing trucks entering the site.The protesters fear that Cuadrilla may ...   
13/6/2013
British police arrested three environmentalists on Thursday after protest organisers said they scaled the roof of parliament during a visit by Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, in an embarrassing security breach before Britain hosts a G8 ...   
5/10/2012
With a government seemingly intent on pushing through the latest road-building programme via its localism agenda campaigners are readying themselves for combined resistance using legal experts, alliance groupings and direct actionThe ...   
3/9/2012
Greenery is on the agenda, all right – but for the wrong reasons. The reshuffle-cum-relaunch of the government is preceded by murmurs about how there might after all need to be a third runway at Heathrow, and perhaps also a builders' charter to ...   
25/3/2012
If vote blue, go green, was the throwaway slogan that epitomised the transformation of the Conservatives into an eco-friendly party, then junking a third runway at Heathrow airport in favour of high-speed rail was the political substance behind ...   
22/12/2011
The European Union’s highest court on Wednesday endorsed the bloc’s plan to begin charging the world’s biggest airlines for their greenhouse gas emissions from Jan. 1, setting the stage for a potentially costly trade war with the United States, ...   
28/9/2011
An increasing number of groups are being set up in the UK to oppose local plans to drill for shale gas. The process, which is often called fracking, is controversial, with claims that it harms the environment. Several groups of ...   
28/7/2011
Sharply divergent climate change policies on opposite sides of the Atlantic are setting off political fireworks as European environmental regulators prepare to extend their reach across the ocean. Starting Jan. 1, the European Union will require ...   
2/3/2011
After five years of camps, composting toilets, vegan curry and run-ins with the police, Climate Camp is calling it a day. There will be no camp for the climate activists this year and the loose-knit organisation will be disbanded in ...   
15/2/2011
Leaked documents have shown that three large British energy companies have been paying a private security firm to gather information on climate change activists. The Guardian quoted the leaked cables as saying that the security firm ...   
14/2/2011
Three large energy companies have been carrying out covert intelligence-gathering operations on environmental activists, the Guardian can reveal. The energy giant E.ON, Britain's second-biggest coal producer Scottish Resources Group and ...   
14/1/2011
I knew Officer A well – or rather, I thought I knew her well – and I had met Mark Kennedy on many occasions. On a personal level I feel real sadness about the loss of someone I considered a friend. On a political level this raises some questions ...   
12/1/2011
She lived in a house in the student quarter of Leeds, showed a keen interest in protest and had an anarchist poster of the Queen Mother with punk hair on her wall. But in fact, unbeknown to her friends, she was an undercover police ...   
10/1/2011
He turned up with long hair, tattoos and an insatiable appetite for climbing trees. Few people suspected anything odd of the man who introduced himself as Mark Stone on a dairy farm turned spiritual sanctuary in North Yorkshire. He had ...   
19/10/2010
The climate protest movement can regain momentum by showing it's worth getting out on the streets for the environment One of the strange and worrying things about the past year is that even as evidence of the impact of climate change ...   
25/8/2010
In June 2010, nine climate change activists who had broken into Aberdeen airport in protest against the soaring CO2 emissions caused by aviation were convicted of a breach of the peace. On 25 August, after taking our urgent message on climate ...   
23/8/2010
A Greenpeace ship protesting against deep sea drilling by a British oil firm in the Arctic has been confronted by a Danish warship, and its captain threatened with arrest. The Danish navy has warned Greenpeace that the Esperanza will be ...   
21/4/2010
Part-nationalized Royal Bank of Scotland is to be the target of a mass protest by thousands of environmentalists over its involvement in financing fossil fuel companies, a campaign group said Thursday. Camp for Climate Action said it was ...   
27/3/2010
Climate change activists opposed to air travel are travelling to a conference in South America...by plane. Campaigners from Climate Camp -- who helped blockade Heathrow at the height of the summer holidays in 2007 -- face claims of ...   
14/2/2010
Most of us enjoyed a good night's sleep last night. A warm bed, soft pillow, that sort of thing. But for the past six months, during the harshest winter in decades, protesters against the proposed Mainshill opencast mine in South Lanarkshire have ...   
18/1/2010
BAA has shelved plans for building a third runway at Heathrow until after the general election, a year after the government controversially approved expanding Britain's largest airport. BAA secured government approval for its plans a ...   
26/10/2009
Police were in no mood for a "softly-softly" approach when climate change campaigners began their demonstration outside Kingsnorth power station in Kent last year. Their response was harsh and expensive – and has been roundly criticised. The £5m ...   

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