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|Shale fail: David Cameron has not gone 'all out' for fracking
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|Cairney P (2015) Shale fail: David Cameron has not gone 'all out' for fracking. The Conversation. 28.01.2015. https://theconversation.com/shale-fail-david-cameron-has-not-gone-all-out-for-fracking-36810
|First paragraph: David Cameron might have been forced into accepting several restrictions on fracking to avoid a Commons defeat, but one thing that has never appeared in doubt is the Conservative party leadership’s commitment to the practice. Access this article on The Conversation website: https://theconversation.com/shale-fail-david-cameron-has-not-gone-all-out-for-fracking-36810
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