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Stanlow Fuel protest group ditches spokesman

The fuel protesters targeting Stanlow fuel refinery have dismissed their spokesman over a facebook disbute. The group has parted company with Ian Charlesworth after claims that he invited EDL and BNP groups to join the protests at the fuel refinery. In an interview

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Stanlow protesters remain defiant despite low turn out

Today’s protest and go-slow at Stanlow fuel refinery was billed as the “mother of all fuel protests” (well by this site anyway). Estimates of up to 3000 people had been suggested causing traffic chaos on the roads. In reality the

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Police prevents protestors from blockading Stanlow fuel refinery

We have had confirmation that the Police at Stanlow fuel refinery have prevented protesters from blockading the facility. In effect they have blockaded the blockade. Until not the police presence has been simply to protect the protesters and traffic during

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Stanlow Fuel protest today! [UPDATE]

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past 7 days, you will know that today is the Stanlow Fuel protest and go slow.   Our sources at the event will be keeping us up to date with

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Breaking News: Stanlow Fuel Refinery Blockade set to last 8 days

A  source on twitter informed us this afternoon that the Stanlow Fuel Refinery Blockade is set to last 8 long days, this has been now been officially confirmed by the organisers of Sundays protest. Stanlow Refinery produces close to 7

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Stanlow fuel protest & go slow, what you need to know [UPDATED]

With only 2 days until the Stanlow go-slow and fuel protest, we at Hypermiler.co.uk have compiled some “need to know” facts about the Sunday’s event. Where is it? Previous Stanlow protests have centered on blocking the roads around the fuel

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Stanlow Fuel protest and “go slow” planned for May 8th

More than 1,000 vehicles could be involved in the next round of protests at Stanlow Fuel refinery as support for the event swells to levels not seen before. In addition to the protest at Stanlow, a huge ‘go-slow’ protest is

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