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  1. Brexit slowly becoming a Farce.

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/may/18/pm-set-to-nominate-10-tory-peers-in-attempt-to-overcome-brexit-defeats PM set to nominate 10 Tory peers after string of Brexit defeats A win for democracy, there.
  2. The Official President Trump thread

    And what about HGV?
  3. Fracking

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/fracking-development-government-plan-accelerate-shale-gas-carbon-emissions-a8355756.html Government announces plan to accelerate fracking developments by fast-tracking private companies' planning applications Proposed changes to the planning process could put an area nearly the size of Wales at immediate risk of drilling. Nothing to worry about.
  4. General Politics Thread

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/may/16/east-coast-rail-line-to-be-temporarily-renationalised-virgin-stagecoach East coast mainline to be temporarily renationalised
  5. Oil Price

    But Poland does have coal, dolt. It's not forced to share it with anyone is the point.
  6. The Official President Trump thread

    U.S. blocks investigation into 60 Gaza protestors killed http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/u-s-blocks-investigation-60-gaza-protestors-killed-article-1.3990469
  7. Brexit slowly becoming a Farce.

    Brexodus, movement of rich people.
  8. Oil Price

    Why? What new evidence has come to light?
  9. Brexit slowly becoming a Farce.

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-uk-summit-why-join-eu-balkans-serbia-albania-berlin-process-a8347111.html Brexit: UK government to host summit on why other countries should join the EU
  10. Fracking

    http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0045/00456579.pdf http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0052/00525464.pdf
  11. Fracking

    Because it's about fracking, which would be an ecological disaster by all accounts. There's more to Scotland than shale fracturing so lots of people happily invest here.
  12. Brexit slowly becoming a Farce.

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-falklands-islands-single-market-trade-eu-fishing-loligo-squid-government-a8347696.html?amp&__twitter_impression=true Brexit: Falkland Islands government sounds alarm on leaving single market Apparently 94% of their fish exports go to the EU and they're a bit worried.
  13. Fracking

    And here it is. http://archive.is/nJxeI "Indeed, as it reached its culmination at Holyrood today, Liam MacArthur of the Liberal Democrats gently - very gently - chided the Minister, Paul Wheelhouse, for taking the "scenic route" in arriving at his destination. And that destination? An effective ban. As opposed to what, an ineffective ban? Certainly, the terminology provoked yet more debate. Why could there not be a law simply banning fracking outright? Mr Wheelhouse explained that this would tie up scarce parliamentary time which might be required for such minor matters as Brexit. Others in government have argued that a new law is unnecessary and ineffectual as it could be overturned by a future parliament in any case. So what to do? The minister's approach is to transform an existing temporary moratorium into a lasting ban, deploying planning law. That will then be finalised following a further strategic environmental assessment. (Told you this was a protracted tale.)" No ban. The moratorium continues. Sod off, INEOS.
  14. Fracking

    Yeah but like I said, the context is missing. It omits the actual detail of what was proposed.
  15. Fracking

    https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-britain-energy-fracking/scotland-rejects-fracking-citing-overwhelming-public-opposition-idUKKCN1C81M5 "Scotland will block fracking indefinitely" "Scotland imposed a moratorium on fracking, the process of fracturing underground shale rock to release gas and oil, in 2015 and that will now remain for the foreseeable future. " Effectively banned but not officially banned. And, having read it, your "unambiguous" Sturgeon quote doesn't include what Paul Wheelhouse actually outlined to the chamber. So. Quite ambiguous.
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