In response to recent emails regarding Cuadrilla's fracking operation in Fylde, Nick Griffin MEP has some updated information regarding his activities at the Parliament to limit the hazards surrounding fracking in the UK.
Constituents have written in expressing their deep concern over the proposed Deep Geological Nuclear Waste Repository (DGNWR) and are urging MEPs in the North West to do all they can to make sure this proposition does not proceed to the next stage.
Below please find a statement regarding Nick Griffin's use of the term 'Fenian' from his MEP Constituency Office. Mr Griffin meant no offence to Catholics in general or the Catholic religion.
As a consequence of the current structural condemnation of the Brussels Parliament many of the votes destined for next month’s mini-plenary were incorporated into last week's session in Strasbourg.
Nick’s Constituency post has seen a very large number of letters regarding the decision of the coordinators of the Committee on International trade back in May of 2010 to freeze the Agreement on Conformity Assessment and Acceptance of industrial products, after an Israeli military attack against the humanitarian aid flotilla which was in international waters.
The provisions which people are finding most disturbing include Governors, Directors and other staff being immune from legal proceedings with respect to acts performed by them in their official capacity.
IGas has discovered a huge natural gas field while drilling for coal bed methane gas near Elton on Ince Marshes. Extracting the gas resources requires fracking, a technique which can contaminate ground water with chemicals, trigger earthquakes and damage the environment.