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Is the government right to lift the ban on fracking?

Business Secretary Jacob Rees Mogg has said fracking can now go ahead in England.

It's as a result of the energy crisis brought on by the war in Ukraine.

Is fracking the answer?
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In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Fracking is terrible for the UK and the environment in general and that why the tories are doing it. I think if you follow the money, you'll find a tory making a mint.
 
 
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What ever question gets asked Fracking should never be the answer.
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
It isn’t a result of the war in Ukraine, that’s another lie you’re paid to circulate Jezza. Only 4% of Russia’s gas used in UK. It’s a result of capitalism and corruption Jezza.
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
NO NO NO NO NO! NO TO FRACKING! Fullstop.
 
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Current planned Gas fracking areas are in the main North of Watford..... For every fracking site there should be a corresponding Solar/Wind farm in the leafy south.... pic.twitter.com/8ztCkBV4II
 
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No it’s not the answer, there are better alternatives.
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Fracking is not the answer , fracking is only the answer for what is highly damaging to the environment. National the energy companies, that's the answer.
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
It's not just tremors that are the concern here. It's also contamination into our water supplies.
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Instead of asking this question, why not ask what financial interest or other connections @JacobReesMogg7 has with fracking companies? Would he be so eager if shale gas were found under his mansions and around London. His attitude is, it’s only the north affected so who cares
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
The energy crisis has not been brought on by the war in Ukraine
 
 
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Let them frack in supporters of fracking backyards
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
No! They haven't a clue about the process ir the damage. Should do this instead flowerturbines.com
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Part of the answer yes.
 
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
I don't get this, that idiot of an MP on your show today was using USA as an example of becoming self sufficient just by fracking,& oil, I mean we don't have the land mass or the geology of the USA for starters, and he thinks fracking alone will solve our gas supply,hmm
 
 
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Anything that will upset Charlie boy sounds good to me 😹😹😹
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Fracking on our tiny island will make no difference to global prices and so why bother ruining our country as it won’t give us cheaper prices, they will still sell it at the higher price
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Yes but if it's now needed because of the war then it needs to be reviewed once that ends and those in fracking areas need government help with getting home insurance.
 
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
If the issue is ease of access to the fuel why don’t we expand the opencast coal mining and reopen coal fired power stations? That doesn’t need moving from the other side of the planet and doesn’t need totally new infrastructure in areas previously unaffected.
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Won't be happening in Scotland little olde backward england can do what it wants they voted for these nutters.
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
When the head of Cuadrilla says it won't work, you have to question the motives of the most corrupt government in living memory. The latest gang of thieves don't have any PPE to earn off so they're doing the best they can before the party ends.
 
 
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Depends on if it is going to be foreign investment again with big profits going to share holders & corporations. If goes ahead it should be temporary & nationalised, people in areas adequately compensated & all profits re-invested into green or nuclear energy also nationalised.
 
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Nope!!! But I am sure posing it as something subjective where a polarised opinion helps in weighing up the pros and cons (spoiler: it’s a con) will be helpful to its long term effects pic.twitter.com/uFhBh3emBt
 
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
No. It will have 0 impact on the current crisis and is detrimental to the UK environment.
 
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Fracking = carbon emissions, once the gas is burnt. Tidal is reliable as long as the moon is in the sky. Every decision this government makes is profits before climate.
 
 
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Debate about fracking....asks the opinion of a fish seller 🤦🏻.
 
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