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Sussex Wildlife Trust objects to new drilling site

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On 24 Sep 2013 at 7:32pm Sussex wildlife Trust wrote:
The Sussex Wildlife Trust opposes this proposal. We are extremely concerned about the potentially damaging effects of the proposed oil-drilling on the wildlife, particularly on the bats. We believe this site is completely inappropriate for such a development and we hope you will support us by writing and objecting to the application.

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On 25 Sep 2013 at 12:40am Jeremy Clarkson. wrote:
What these sentimental bunny huggers don't seem to realise is that we are in a competetive world market.If we can have access to cheap and plentifull fuel we can compete more effectively on world markets as well as having more
available for everyday motoring.
I am afraid that bats, birds and bunnies are a luxury we just can't afford anymore.The sooner these busybodies realise this the better.

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On 25 Sep 2013 at 1:59am Voice of Reason wrote:
You're basing your opinion on a fairytale understanding of how business works.
Cheaper resources means more profit for the oil companies and their shareholders, fuel prices don't go down a penny. Do you really think Caudrilla are all a bunch of smiling touchy-feely social altruists aiming for free fuel for all?
Drivers of any hue won't see any benefit whatsoever, not even shabbily groomed petrol-headed dickveins.
I reckon you morons should be dragged out of your homes and summarily executed on the front lawn, in front of your families. Tolerating Daily Mailite idiots is a luxury we just can't afford anymore. The sooner these numpty-club members realise this the better
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On 25 Sep 2013 at 5:48am Zebedee wrote:
Why does anybody bother responding to 'Jeremy Clarkson'? It's clear that his comments are not born of any particular beliefs but written solely to wind people up. He is yet another spineless non-entity with no courage or convictions of their own, the like of which are attracted by the anonymity of this board.
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On 25 Sep 2013 at 3:08pm Easter Island world. wrote:
English Nature,The RSPB,The National Trust all of them against fracking.That'sgood enough for me.If we continue to destroy our environment at an alarming rate then we threaten our own existence.Anyone remember what happened on Eastet Island?
 
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On 25 Sep 2013 at 3:15pm Biffo wrote:
No but I remember the Easter bunny.


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