Anti-fracking activists jailed for ‘causing a public nuisance’ during four-day protest

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Three anti-fracking activists have been jailed for halting a convoy of lorries in a four-day protest outside a shale drilling site. Simon Roscoe Blevins, 26, Richard Roberts, 36, and Rich Loizou, 31, are thought to be the first environmental demonstrators to receive custodial sentences in the UK since 1932. Blevins and Roberts were each imprisoned for 16 months and Loizou was jailed for 15 months at Preston Crown Court on Wednesday.

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