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Anti-fracking protest outside Cuadrilla Resources PR firm

A small group of anti-fracking protesters glued themselves to the front door of the London building which houses the offices of Cuadrilla Resources’ PR firm Bell Pottinger

A small group of anti-fracking protesters today glued themselves to the front door of the London building which houses the offices of Cuadrilla Resources’ PR firm Bell Pottinger. Six members of No Dash for Gas - an environmental group spearheading anti-hydraulic fracturing (fracking) protests at Cuadrilla Resources’ drilling site in Balcombe, Sussex, attempted to barricade the entrance to Bell Pottinger’s office in London at around 8am BST this morning. Two women placed a plastic tube over their arms which they then glued to the door. Protester Emma Goldman, who had glued herself to the building’s door, told Petroleum Economist the group hoped to gain publicity for the anti-fracking ca

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