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Landowners and farmers have lost the right to be notified if fracking takes place under their land, following amendments rushed through by government. The outright ban on fracking in protected areas such as National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty has also been lost. Parliament had previously agreed 13 conditions in the controversial Infrastructure Bill that would have to be satisfied before fracking activities could take place. See also: 7 things farmers need to know about the Infrastructure Bill […]
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