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Britain backs off hard line on Arctic drilling

Friday 18 Jan 13 9:00am

The British government is seeking to water down planned European Union regulations on deep-sea oil drilling, even while insisting to MPs that it wants "robust environmental protection" for oil drilling in the Arctic.

In leaked EU documents seen by the Guardian, the UK has sought to change proposals that could prevent oil and gas drilling operations that would leave fragile areas vulnerable.

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