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24 June headlines
Hundreds protest against proposed fracking site in Lancashire
Hundreds of people protested against a proposed fracking site in Lancashire on Tuesday, as the county council considered whether to approve the project. Guardian.
Fall in sun’s energy will not halt global warming, say scientists
Earth is facing a fall in the sun’s activity but colder winters in the UK and other parts of Europe and North America that could be triggered by changes in the sun’s behaviour will not be enough to halt global warming, sat researchers. Financial Times.
Lion among 23,000 species threatened with extinctions, say conservationists
The mighty lion, reclusive cave crabs and the world’s rarest sea lion are among nearly 23,000 species at risk of dying out, a top conservation body has warned. Guardian.
RBS pledge to return to normality by 2019 – 11 years after its £45bn taxpayer bail-out
It will take another four years for the Royal Bank of Scotland to meet its goal of becoming a low-risk, profitable UK-focussed bank, its chief executive has told shareholders. Telegraph.
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