Fracking is ruled out at Balcombe site but campaigners vow to continue protests

The Argus: Fracking is ruled out at Balcombe site but campaigners vow to continue protests Fracking is ruled out at Balcombe site but campaigners vow to continue protests

Fracking has been ruled out in the Sussex village which became the focal point of demonstrations in the summer.

Drilling firm Cuadrilla wrote to villagers in Balcombe yesterday to tell them the site, which they spent more than a month testing last year, was not suitable for the controversial extraction technique.

But the Staffordshire-based firm has submitted a further planning application to “flow test” the site for more conventional extraction.


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A spokeswoman said: “The company was expecting to, and did indeed, find oil. However without flow testing Cuadrilla cannot be sure at what rate the oil may flow to the surface.

“The new application will effectively cover the same well testing work scope that was permitted activity in Cuadrilla’s previous planning permission.”

Furious fracking protesters dismissed the news, adding that the new development was intended to “lull local people into a false sense of security”.

Vanessa Vine, from the Frack Free Sussex Group, said: “They are trying to avoid the F word to throw good people off their scent, but no one who has looked below the surface of this will be fooled one iota.”

Last year Cuadrilla carried out exploratory drilling at the Lower Stumble site in the village.

Although it did find oil, company experts told The Argus the rock under the site was naturally fracked – and therefore unsuitable for fracking.

The new application will look at extracting the oil in more conventional ways.

A company spokesman added: “These proposed flow testing operations are significantly smaller in scope than drilling operations.

“The main testing operations would last some three to five weeks after which the well would be closed in and monitored forupto 60days.Asalways, we will continue to keep the residents of Balcombe and Balcombe Parish Council updated.”

Brenda Pollack, from Friends of the Earth, said more information was needed on the application.

She said: “While residents will undoubtedly be relieved, the community still faces the prospect of significant industrial activity on its doorstep.

“Local people will want more information about Cuadrilla’s plans and the potential impacts on their community and environment.”

Ms Vine added that the company could expect similar scenes to those last summer if it continued its work at the Balcombe site.

She said: “If permission is given their shareholders will come to regret it bitterly and wish they had invested wholly in safe renewable energy technologies instead.

“People have had enough of being lied to and told that international frack dealers have our communities’ best interests at heart.”

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1:13pm Fri 24 Jan 14

whatone says...

Maybe cuadrilla might like to answer the question as to whether they intend to pursue acidic injection techniques?

Until they abandon drilling altogether it is all a 'smoke and mirrors' campaign which sadly the argus fails to see through.

No doubt the forum trolls will now be unleashed!
Maybe cuadrilla might like to answer the question as to whether they intend to pursue acidic injection techniques? Until they abandon drilling altogether it is all a 'smoke and mirrors' campaign which sadly the argus fails to see through. No doubt the forum trolls will now be unleashed! whatone

1:52pm Fri 24 Jan 14

clubrob6 says...

We ALL need and use energy,whenever something is proposed on the south coast be it fracking,nuclear,win
d,solar ETC ETC people object,they don't mind using energy but they don't want it produced on there back door.These protesters are probably the most polluting and least contributors of society.They camp out in polluting vehicles with no toilet facilities etc nearby so they too must be polluting the area.We have huge reserves of gas in the UK but due to these do gooders the protesters we rely on foreign imports.We need to stabilise our energy supplies and the south coast should play its part.Wind farms are common further north but not here people are even objecting to a solar farm.LETS GET FRACKING let the unemployed protesters protest but arrest them if they block roads or pollute the area they are camped out at.
We ALL need and use energy,whenever something is proposed on the south coast be it fracking,nuclear,win d,solar ETC ETC people object,they don't mind using energy but they don't want it produced on there back door.These protesters are probably the most polluting and least contributors of society.They camp out in polluting vehicles with no toilet facilities etc nearby so they too must be polluting the area.We have huge reserves of gas in the UK but due to these do gooders the protesters we rely on foreign imports.We need to stabilise our energy supplies and the south coast should play its part.Wind farms are common further north but not here people are even objecting to a solar farm.LETS GET FRACKING let the unemployed protesters protest but arrest them if they block roads or pollute the area they are camped out at. clubrob6

2:06pm Fri 24 Jan 14

fredaj says...

Are all these anti-fracking groups now going to rename themselves to a more honest "we-are-actually-jus
t-against-all-fossel
-fuels" moniker?

These protests are not about fracking, never have been and never will been. It is not about water, it is not about industrialisation and it is not about anything they have said it is. It is about fossel fuels.
Are all these anti-fracking groups now going to rename themselves to a more honest "we-are-actually-jus t-against-all-fossel -fuels" moniker? These protests are not about fracking, never have been and never will been. It is not about water, it is not about industrialisation and it is not about anything they have said it is. It is about fossel fuels. fredaj

2:45pm Fri 24 Jan 14

pachallis says...

whatone wrote:
Maybe cuadrilla might like to answer the question as to whether they intend to pursue acidic injection techniques?

Until they abandon drilling altogether it is all a 'smoke and mirrors' campaign which sadly the argus fails to see through.

No doubt the forum trolls will now be unleashed!
@whatone - of course we could end up with all the anti-big business; anti-oil company; anti-fossil fuel; anti-capitalist; anti-police; anti-anything in my back yard trolls continuing to try to stop anything happening but without having any realistic alternatives to offer.

I thought you were just anti-fracking? Silly me.
[quote][p][bold]whatone[/bold] wrote: Maybe cuadrilla might like to answer the question as to whether they intend to pursue acidic injection techniques? Until they abandon drilling altogether it is all a 'smoke and mirrors' campaign which sadly the argus fails to see through. No doubt the forum trolls will now be unleashed![/p][/quote]@whatone - of course we could end up with all the anti-big business; anti-oil company; anti-fossil fuel; anti-capitalist; anti-police; anti-anything in my back yard trolls continuing to try to stop anything happening but without having any realistic alternatives to offer. I thought you were just anti-fracking? Silly me. pachallis

3:04pm Fri 24 Jan 14

Crystal Ball says...

"Holier than thou" Lucas will need a hobby after next year...
"Holier than thou" Lucas will need a hobby after next year... Crystal Ball

3:27pm Fri 24 Jan 14

glowkeeper says...

Evidence seems to suggest Vanessa Vine is right - Caudrilla have just submitted a planning application for their Balcome test site!

Application Number: WSCC/005/14/BA
Location: Lower Stumble Hydrocarbon Exploration Site, London Road, Balcombe, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH17 6JH
Proposal: Temporary permission for exploration and appraisal comprising the flow testing and monitoring of the existing hydrocarbon lateral borehole along with site security fencing, the provision of an enclosed testing flare and site restoration.
Applicant: Cuadrilla Balcombe Limited

"You are invited to make representations/comm
ents concerning this above proposal. The deadline for their return is 13 March 2014. The application is available for public inspection on the website http://www.westsusse
x.gov.uk/planningapp
lications, in hard copy at County Hall, Chichester PO19 1RG and at Mid Sussex District Council, Oaklands, Oaklands Road, Haywards Heath RH16 1SS.

Representations/comm
ents can be made via the WSCC website, sent by email (to planning.application
s@westsussex.gov.uk) or by letter and should be supported with your name and address and referenced with the above application number. "
Evidence seems to suggest Vanessa Vine is right - Caudrilla have just submitted a planning application for their Balcome test site! Application Number: WSCC/005/14/BA Location: Lower Stumble Hydrocarbon Exploration Site, London Road, Balcombe, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH17 6JH Proposal: Temporary permission for exploration and appraisal comprising the flow testing and monitoring of the existing hydrocarbon lateral borehole along with site security fencing, the provision of an enclosed testing flare and site restoration. Applicant: Cuadrilla Balcombe Limited "You are invited to make representations/comm ents concerning this above proposal. The deadline for their return is 13 March 2014. The application is available for public inspection on the website http://www.westsusse x.gov.uk/planningapp lications, in hard copy at County Hall, Chichester PO19 1RG and at Mid Sussex District Council, Oaklands, Oaklands Road, Haywards Heath RH16 1SS. Representations/comm ents can be made via the WSCC website, sent by email (to planning.application s@westsussex.gov.uk) or by letter and should be supported with your name and address and referenced with the above application number. " glowkeeper

3:37pm Fri 24 Jan 14

Plantpot says...

5 million tress have been cut down in Scotland to make way for wind farms. So much for Green renewables. I'd much rather have fracking and trees than Big Wind and Big Solar.
5 million tress have been cut down in Scotland to make way for wind farms. So much for Green renewables. I'd much rather have fracking and trees than Big Wind and Big Solar. Plantpot

3:37pm Fri 24 Jan 14

Plantpot says...

fredaj wrote:
Are all these anti-fracking groups now going to rename themselves to a more honest "we-are-actuall
y-jus
t-against-all-fossel

-fuels" moniker?

These protests are not about fracking, never have been and never will been. It is not about water, it is not about industrialisation and it is not about anything they have said it is. It is about fossel fuels.
Totally agree. Environmentalism is the new socialism / anti-capitalism.
[quote][p][bold]fredaj[/bold] wrote: Are all these anti-fracking groups now going to rename themselves to a more honest "we-are-actuall y-jus t-against-all-fossel -fuels" moniker? These protests are not about fracking, never have been and never will been. It is not about water, it is not about industrialisation and it is not about anything they have said it is. It is about fossel fuels.[/p][/quote]Totally agree. Environmentalism is the new socialism / anti-capitalism. Plantpot

6:15pm Fri 24 Jan 14

JHunty says...

glowkeeper wrote:
Evidence seems to suggest Vanessa Vine is right - Caudrilla have just submitted a planning application for their Balcome test site!

Application Number: WSCC/005/14/BA
Location: Lower Stumble Hydrocarbon Exploration Site, London Road, Balcombe, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH17 6JH
Proposal: Temporary permission for exploration and appraisal comprising the flow testing and monitoring of the existing hydrocarbon lateral borehole along with site security fencing, the provision of an enclosed testing flare and site restoration.
Applicant: Cuadrilla Balcombe Limited

"You are invited to make representations/comm

ents concerning this above proposal. The deadline for their return is 13 March 2014. The application is available for public inspection on the website http://www.westsusse

x.gov.uk/planningapp

lications, in hard copy at County Hall, Chichester PO19 1RG and at Mid Sussex District Council, Oaklands, Oaklands Road, Haywards Heath RH16 1SS.

Representations/comm

ents can be made via the WSCC website, sent by email (to planning.application

s@westsussex.gov.uk) or by letter and should be supported with your name and address and referenced with the above application number. "
No it doesn't.
The fact is the fracking won't take place because the area is all ready fractured to put it in simplistic terms. That is all that the company has said. They have made it clear that they will explore other methods of extracting oil from the area, there's nothing hidden or underhand about that aspect of their activities.
What the evidence does explicitly show is that from Vanessa Vines own words, her opposition is to any fossil fuels being extracted rather than the process of fracking itself.
If the greens had shown a modicum of self restraint, they could have saved the tax payer £4 million pounds of unnecessary expenditure in policing a protest about something that was never going to happen. That is of course if you believe the protest was ever about fracking.
[quote][p][bold]glowkeeper[/bold] wrote: Evidence seems to suggest Vanessa Vine is right - Caudrilla have just submitted a planning application for their Balcome test site! Application Number: WSCC/005/14/BA Location: Lower Stumble Hydrocarbon Exploration Site, London Road, Balcombe, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH17 6JH Proposal: Temporary permission for exploration and appraisal comprising the flow testing and monitoring of the existing hydrocarbon lateral borehole along with site security fencing, the provision of an enclosed testing flare and site restoration. Applicant: Cuadrilla Balcombe Limited "You are invited to make representations/comm ents concerning this above proposal. The deadline for their return is 13 March 2014. The application is available for public inspection on the website http://www.westsusse x.gov.uk/planningapp lications, in hard copy at County Hall, Chichester PO19 1RG and at Mid Sussex District Council, Oaklands, Oaklands Road, Haywards Heath RH16 1SS. Representations/comm ents can be made via the WSCC website, sent by email (to planning.application s@westsussex.gov.uk) or by letter and should be supported with your name and address and referenced with the above application number. "[/p][/quote]No it doesn't. The fact is the fracking won't take place because the area is all ready fractured to put it in simplistic terms. That is all that the company has said. They have made it clear that they will explore other methods of extracting oil from the area, there's nothing hidden or underhand about that aspect of their activities. What the evidence does explicitly show is that from Vanessa Vines own words, her opposition is to any fossil fuels being extracted rather than the process of fracking itself. If the greens had shown a modicum of self restraint, they could have saved the tax payer £4 million pounds of unnecessary expenditure in policing a protest about something that was never going to happen. That is of course if you believe the protest was ever about fracking. JHunty

6:47pm Fri 24 Jan 14

Maxwell's Ghost says...

If this were happening under a council estate up north these posh campaigners wouldn't give a toss, they would enjoy cheaper fuels and spend the saved money on even more carbon heavy flights to their holiday homes in the south of France. I wonder how many of Caroline's homes are heated even when empty and with what fuel.
People wreck the planet and Caroline should have thought about that before having a handful of offspring. Her carbon footprint is vast.
If this were happening under a council estate up north these posh campaigners wouldn't give a toss, they would enjoy cheaper fuels and spend the saved money on even more carbon heavy flights to their holiday homes in the south of France. I wonder how many of Caroline's homes are heated even when empty and with what fuel. People wreck the planet and Caroline should have thought about that before having a handful of offspring. Her carbon footprint is vast. Maxwell's Ghost

8:29am Sat 25 Jan 14

HJarrs says...

Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
If this were happening under a council estate up north these posh campaigners wouldn't give a toss, they would enjoy cheaper fuels and spend the saved money on even more carbon heavy flights to their holiday homes in the south of France. I wonder how many of Caroline's homes are heated even when empty and with what fuel.
People wreck the planet and Caroline should have thought about that before having a handful of offspring. Her carbon footprint is vast.
There you go again, blame the children.
[quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: If this were happening under a council estate up north these posh campaigners wouldn't give a toss, they would enjoy cheaper fuels and spend the saved money on even more carbon heavy flights to their holiday homes in the south of France. I wonder how many of Caroline's homes are heated even when empty and with what fuel. People wreck the planet and Caroline should have thought about that before having a handful of offspring. Her carbon footprint is vast.[/p][/quote]There you go again, blame the children. HJarrs

8:46am Sat 25 Jan 14

HJarrs says...

We already know that 60-80% of proven world reserves of oil and gas must stay in the ground if we are to avoid disasterous levels of climate change. In Davos, our world leaders are discussing how Arctic reserves of oil and gas can be exploited as global warming has made them easier to exploit! Meanwhile, a growing number of voices including the UN are now realising that we are creating a carbon economic bubble by investing in company value and reserves that cannot be used. So, double whammy; climate change and economic meltdown!

We are as addicted to carbon fuels as is the crack addict to their drug. Of course non of this is a given, we can change, we can meet our climate change targets and we can improve the quality of our lives, we have the technology and a lot of knowledge, the problem is us and our resistance to change as we witness daily in this paper and it's comments board.
We already know that 60-80% of proven world reserves of oil and gas must stay in the ground if we are to avoid disasterous levels of climate change. In Davos, our world leaders are discussing how Arctic reserves of oil and gas can be exploited as global warming has made them easier to exploit! Meanwhile, a growing number of voices including the UN are now realising that we are creating a carbon economic bubble by investing in company value and reserves that cannot be used. So, double whammy; climate change and economic meltdown! We are as addicted to carbon fuels as is the crack addict to their drug. Of course non of this is a given, we can change, we can meet our climate change targets and we can improve the quality of our lives, we have the technology and a lot of knowledge, the problem is us and our resistance to change as we witness daily in this paper and it's comments board. HJarrs

8:55am Sat 25 Jan 14

Maxwell's Ghost says...

I blame people like you for having so many kids and then suddenly becoming evangelical about the environment. You are cheeky devils. If you cared about the planet you could easily have used contraception and been more responsible. It is the 21st century. You can have sex without reproducing if you really care about the environment HJarrs instead of getting your leg over and increasing your carbon footprint and then asking everyone else to pay the price for your life choice.You even had the cheek to tell us you filled landfill with disposable nappies. You are a strange one. No one should pay for your choices.
There are so many kids needing adopting and fostering yet you cannot help your selfish needs and then you want to save the planet and start dictating to everyone else how we should live. Get lost hypocrite.
I blame people like you for having so many kids and then suddenly becoming evangelical about the environment. You are cheeky devils. If you cared about the planet you could easily have used contraception and been more responsible. It is the 21st century. You can have sex without reproducing if you really care about the environment HJarrs instead of getting your leg over and increasing your carbon footprint and then asking everyone else to pay the price for your life choice.You even had the cheek to tell us you filled landfill with disposable nappies. You are a strange one. No one should pay for your choices. There are so many kids needing adopting and fostering yet you cannot help your selfish needs and then you want to save the planet and start dictating to everyone else how we should live. Get lost hypocrite. Maxwell's Ghost

9:17am Sat 25 Jan 14

HJarrs says...

Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
I blame people like you for having so many kids and then suddenly becoming evangelical about the environment. You are cheeky devils. If you cared about the planet you could easily have used contraception and been more responsible. It is the 21st century. You can have sex without reproducing if you really care about the environment HJarrs instead of getting your leg over and increasing your carbon footprint and then asking everyone else to pay the price for your life choice.You even had the cheek to tell us you filled landfill with disposable nappies. You are a strange one. No one should pay for your choices.
There are so many kids needing adopting and fostering yet you cannot help your selfish needs and then you want to save the planet and start dictating to everyone else how we should live. Get lost hypocrite.
How about we address the issue? We need to leave the oil and gas in the ground by addressing our profligate usage. This can be done with current technology without recourse to extremist positions on birth control. Stop blaming families, to problem is our resistance to change.
[quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: I blame people like you for having so many kids and then suddenly becoming evangelical about the environment. You are cheeky devils. If you cared about the planet you could easily have used contraception and been more responsible. It is the 21st century. You can have sex without reproducing if you really care about the environment HJarrs instead of getting your leg over and increasing your carbon footprint and then asking everyone else to pay the price for your life choice.You even had the cheek to tell us you filled landfill with disposable nappies. You are a strange one. No one should pay for your choices. There are so many kids needing adopting and fostering yet you cannot help your selfish needs and then you want to save the planet and start dictating to everyone else how we should live. Get lost hypocrite.[/p][/quote]How about we address the issue? We need to leave the oil and gas in the ground by addressing our profligate usage. This can be done with current technology without recourse to extremist positions on birth control. Stop blaming families, to problem is our resistance to change. HJarrs

9:37am Sat 25 Jan 14

HJarrs says...

To those that would like a practical alternative to our carbon addicted and environmentally disasterous life styles, but wonder where on earth to start, I can recommend reading Zero Carbon Britain, the Green New Deal (both free downloads) and Prosperity Without Growth. I am not going to suggest that any of these publications are perfect or absolutely what we should do. Rather they demonstrate that there are alternatives and there is hope. The biggest barrier to change is ourselves.
To those that would like a practical alternative to our carbon addicted and environmentally disasterous life styles, but wonder where on earth to start, I can recommend reading Zero Carbon Britain, the Green New Deal (both free downloads) and Prosperity Without Growth. I am not going to suggest that any of these publications are perfect or absolutely what we should do. Rather they demonstrate that there are alternatives and there is hope. The biggest barrier to change is ourselves. HJarrs

12:58pm Sat 25 Jan 14

Maxwell's Ghost says...

HJarrs the US is now using fracked energy which last year meant a surplus of cheap coal was exported to the UK last year and which generated the majority of our energy.
You may want to leave people fuel poor because you are well off, but I don't. I don't blame families I blame people having too many kids and then moaning about the planet being under threat. Why did you and Caroline need so many kids? There are plenty needing homes in care which your party refuse to support because you are too busy supporting policies for students who don't come from this town.
You also didn't need to use disposable nappies to kill out planet. Sadly you are a hypocrite and it's a bit cheeky to make everyone pay for your lack of care.
HJarrs the US is now using fracked energy which last year meant a surplus of cheap coal was exported to the UK last year and which generated the majority of our energy. You may want to leave people fuel poor because you are well off, but I don't. I don't blame families I blame people having too many kids and then moaning about the planet being under threat. Why did you and Caroline need so many kids? There are plenty needing homes in care which your party refuse to support because you are too busy supporting policies for students who don't come from this town. You also didn't need to use disposable nappies to kill out planet. Sadly you are a hypocrite and it's a bit cheeky to make everyone pay for your lack of care. Maxwell's Ghost

1:42pm Sat 25 Jan 14

HJarrs says...

Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
HJarrs the US is now using fracked energy which last year meant a surplus of cheap coal was exported to the UK last year and which generated the majority of our energy.
You may want to leave people fuel poor because you are well off, but I don't. I don't blame families I blame people having too many kids and then moaning about the planet being under threat. Why did you and Caroline need so many kids? There are plenty needing homes in care which your party refuse to support because you are too busy supporting policies for students who don't come from this town.
You also didn't need to use disposable nappies to kill out planet. Sadly you are a hypocrite and it's a bit cheeky to make everyone pay for your lack of care.
Ah yes! The "we can't afford to save ourselves" argument.

Sorry Maxwell, even if you want to boil down the complex issue of climate change, an issue that has profound implications for generations to come, to something as base as money, you will find it actually cheaper in the medium and long term to move away from the use of hydrocarbons.

We are all sinners (I know you like the religious metaphor), but it is a matter of degree. I rather see the need to treat the planet with more respect than simply being a toilet as a journey. A journey on which mistakes by the way.

Your blind hatred of me and anything to do with the Green Party is making you more and more irrational
[quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: HJarrs the US is now using fracked energy which last year meant a surplus of cheap coal was exported to the UK last year and which generated the majority of our energy. You may want to leave people fuel poor because you are well off, but I don't. I don't blame families I blame people having too many kids and then moaning about the planet being under threat. Why did you and Caroline need so many kids? There are plenty needing homes in care which your party refuse to support because you are too busy supporting policies for students who don't come from this town. You also didn't need to use disposable nappies to kill out planet. Sadly you are a hypocrite and it's a bit cheeky to make everyone pay for your lack of care.[/p][/quote]Ah yes! The "we can't afford to save ourselves" argument. Sorry Maxwell, even if you want to boil down the complex issue of climate change, an issue that has profound implications for generations to come, to something as base as money, you will find it actually cheaper in the medium and long term to move away from the use of hydrocarbons. We are all sinners (I know you like the religious metaphor), but it is a matter of degree. I rather see the need to treat the planet with more respect than simply being a toilet as a journey. A journey on which mistakes by the way. Your blind hatred of me and anything to do with the Green Party is making you more and more irrational HJarrs

2:01pm Sat 25 Jan 14

HJarrs says...

Should be "mistakes are made,".
Should be "mistakes are made,". HJarrs

9:40am Sun 26 Jan 14

Maxwell's Ghost says...

Sinners not. Hypocrites yes.
We have not stopped men killing since time began so stopping humans trashing the planet is equally unlikely.....as seen by Bill Randall driving to London as Green mayor.
Human will and nature overides principles.
Sinners not. Hypocrites yes. We have not stopped men killing since time began so stopping humans trashing the planet is equally unlikely.....as seen by Bill Randall driving to London as Green mayor. Human will and nature overides principles. Maxwell's Ghost

6:40pm Sun 26 Jan 14

HJarrs says...

Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
Sinners not. Hypocrites yes.
We have not stopped men killing since time began so stopping humans trashing the planet is equally unlikely.....as seen by Bill Randall driving to London as Green mayor.
Human will and nature overides principles.
We are all hypocrits, it is the matter of degree that counts.
[quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: Sinners not. Hypocrites yes. We have not stopped men killing since time began so stopping humans trashing the planet is equally unlikely.....as seen by Bill Randall driving to London as Green mayor. Human will and nature overides principles.[/p][/quote]We are all hypocrits, it is the matter of degree that counts. HJarrs

9:33am Mon 27 Jan 14

FC says...

If this doesn't sum up "Protesting for Protesting's sake" I don't know what does.

GO HOME. HAVE A WASH.
But don't you DARE using any heating or energy from fossil fuels.
If this doesn't sum up "Protesting for Protesting's sake" I don't know what does. GO HOME. HAVE A WASH. But don't you DARE using any heating or energy from fossil fuels. FC

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