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Protesters glue themselves together in fracking protest

31 July 2013 Last updated at 11:48 BST

Two people opposed to exploratory drilling for oil at a site in West Sussex have glued themselves together as protests enter a seventh day.

Their action has delayed energy firm Cuadrilla's plans to start drilling at the woodland site.

Protesters fear drilling near to Balcombe village could lead to fracking, the process of extracting shale gas from deep underground.

John Maguire is at the protest.

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