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The energy company, Cuadrilla, has just confirmed that the company has started drilling work at the village of Balcombe in Sussex. They had been forced to delay their plans a few times this week following protests to try and stop trucks and equipment going to their plant. One villager says protestors are not representing all local opinion.

Also banks have now agreed to pay the equivalent of nearly four hundred pounds in payment protection insurance compensation for every adult in Britain - a total of nearly 18 and a half billion pounds. Victoria speaks to the chief executive of the Financial Ombudsman Service.

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Fri 2 Aug 2013 10:00