Fracking support falls off cliff
According to the government's own pollsters support for fracking has fallen to it's lowest level yet. Nonetheless the government's policies remain blissfully unchanged. This article is a piece of fluff in which the Guardian attempts to preserve so-called journalistic objectivity in the name of fairness. Whatever happened to journalistic integrity? Clean drinking water is a basic necessity of life and every attempt to undermine the quality of our common drinking water for private gain should be pilloried and exposed by the press. Apparently the Guardian didn't get the memo.
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