Make Cuadrilla pay for the policing of the Balcombe anti-fracking protest.

Make Cuadrilla pay for the policing of the Balcombe anti-fracking protest.

    1. Steve Hemmings
    2. Petition by

      Steve Hemmings

      Crawley, United Kingdom

Why should the British taxpayer foot the bill for corporate industrial security?

To:
Make Cuadrilla pay for the policing of the Balcombe anti-fracking protest.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Francis Nixon LIVERPOOL, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 2 months ago

      I am completely against fracking due to the evidence I have seen from America regarding the dangers to our environment and health and I certainly don't think the tax payer should be paying for the police to protect the interests of the fracking companies and the government by hushing up and moving on the people who are trying to bring this issue to the attention of the rest of our nation

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    • SANDRA LOWE MANCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 3 months ago

      company profits!!!

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    • Pinstripe Cake KEIGHLEY, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 3 months ago

      i do not want to financially support the destruction of my childrens future

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    • Rosalind Merrick BALCOMBE, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 6 months ago

      Police officers spent the summer marching up and down facilitating a company to drill into the landscape against the wishes of the people. This is not what the police force in our country is for. It felt like a coup.

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    • Helen Savage BALCOMBE, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 6 months ago

      The Police vans have caused more damage to the grass verges at Balcombe than the camp itself. The policing has been dispropotionate. On some days it was estimated that only 30 or so people could be seen on site yet there were 30 vans counted. This is a ridiculous over kill and initimidates law-abiding people that have every right to protest. Cuadrilla should pay because it is their unpopular and unwanted work being carried out that has made the police come in.No Cuadrilla, no police, of course they should pay, the drill company is the root cause. Who stands to gain from all of this? The drill companies.

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