Anti-fracking protestors have demonstrated against a government decision to approve drilling in Lancashire, even after it was rejected by the county council.
Protestors say local voices are being ignored.
The gas company Cuadrilla plans to drill from the spring.
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Police officers and bailiffs have moved in to an anti-fracking site near to Chester to enforce an eviction order issued by the High Court.
The site, leased by fracking company IGas Energy, is situated on Duttons Lane, in Upton, Cheshire, and is the longest running anti-fracking camp in the country.
It has been fortified with tunnels, tree houses and a moat.
The move by police and bailiffs comes two months after protesters were ordered to leave so drilling could begin.
The protesters have now locked themselves in tunnels and on high platforms to slow down the eviction process.
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Fracking decision deferred until Monday.
Lancashire Council has deferred a decision on whether to accept a fracking site at Preston New Road until Monday.