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Candidate Pledge:

‘I will work towards and support a ban on fracking in the UK.’


Add your name to the growing list of politicians who support a ban on fracking across the UK. Frack Free United can help you with advice and information about fracking for your campaign.


We have teamed up with Cross Party Frack Free and focus on building on the growing list of political support against fracking and publish the live Cross Party Frack Free register here and across social media.

Supporters - Sign up here and we will send you leaflets to help you raise awareness on the issue of fracking)


Our Pledge:


"We will urge candidates to sign up to the pledge raise awareness of the candidates position on fracking"


Sign up today for updates and join the fight against fracking.


We can supply you with ‘Your home is now in a Fracking area’ leaflets for you to use in your area. It really is that simple. Let’s get our message out.


Let your local candidates know we are watching, urge them oppose fracking.

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No matter how big or small the gift, every penny will go into campaign efforts and will help us to get our message out.


We have already managed to distribute 50000 leaflets across 79 county divisions before the general election was announced.


The more donations we receive the more we can raise awareness on the candidates postion on fracking in the forthcoming elections, by publishing information, advertising in the press and holding events.

Frack Free United and Cross Party Frack Free, have come together to publish a live register of candidates and politicians opposed to fracking, highlighting both the candidates and political parties policy on the issue. With 60% of the UK offered for exploration in 2015 and large parts of country are threatened by Fracking, we must make it an election issue across large parts of the country.


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