Greenpeace activists have ended an anti-fracking protest at the constituency offices of Chancellor George Osborne in Cheshire, police said.
Greenpeace campaigners say they have occupied a local Conservative club in George Osborne's constituency.
Work is underway to repair a huge breach of the Trent & Mersey Canal in Dutton after it burst its banks in September.
Greenpeace protesters are staging an anti-fracking demonstration outside the Chancellor's constituency office in Knutsford, Cheshire.
The activists have set up a live webcam showing the mock-frack which is currently displayed on greenpeace.org.uk.
The first case of the fungal tree-rotting disease ash dieback has been confirmed in east Lancashire.
The Forestry Commission hasn't revealed the exact location, but says the trees were young and had recently been planted. The infected trees are in a woodland area.
Thousands of fish are being rescued from the Trent Mersey canal. The canal burst its banks during the heavy rain last month. A 14 mile section's been closed off until repairs costing over a million pounds can be made. They'll be electrically stunned before being moved to a safe location.
This video, from viewer Lauren Roberts, shows the moment the Trent Mersey Canal burst its banks at Dutton, near Rochdale.
The collapse of the banks prompted the rescue of thousands of fish from the area by charity The Canal and River Trust.