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Blogs & articles

  • Why fracking is in big trouble +

    The more the industry tries to force shale gas on angry communities, the more toxic it becomes writes David Powell. Read More
  • Exclusive: Fight against ‘draconian’ INEOS injunction goes to Court of Appeal +

    Anti-fracking campaigner Joe Corré has taken his legal case against chemical giant INEOS to the Court of Appeal in the latest twist to this David and Goliath fight writes Andy Rowell. Read More
  • Why PR agencies and their spin should be the subject of greater scrutiny +

    When Bell Pottinger came crashing down earlier this year, you could be forgiven for wondering why it hadn’t prepared a better crisis strategy to deal with the fall-out writes Will Dinan. Read More
  • Update: Cuadrilla environmental breaches tally rises to five this year at Preston New Road +

    Another Environment Agency inspection report reveals Cuadrilla allowed silt-contaminated water from its Preston New Road site to drain into a nearby creek a third time. Read More
  • Book review: Assuming Boycott: Resistance, agency and cultural production +

    Assuming Boycott pulls together the potent activism and voices of those determined to influence power struggles and confront injustice writes Quraysha Ismail Sooliman. Read More
  • Time to fix the revolving door rules for special advisers +

    A former PM’s political aide and special adviser to UK business and energy secretary Greg Clark now works for fracking and chemical giant INEOS's lobbyists. Yet under the broken system regulating the revolving door the public has no right to know writes Melissa Jones. Read More
  • Revolving doors at the NHS’s bully-in-chief +

    As the NHS’s financial regulator hires a new chair, the destination of its outgoing chair is if anything more noteworthy writes Tamasin Cave. Read More
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