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What we are witnessing is more than simply a shift in rhetoric
Alexandra Harris is one of five to be granted bail and they are expected to leave prison within days - it is not known whether they will be able to leave Russia
Captain Peter Wilcox and Britons Alex Harris and Kieron Bryan were granted bail today along with two other Greenpeace activists
30 men and women detained in September when Arctic Sunrise stormed by Russian military are being transported from remote northern city of Murmansk
A response to Owen Paterson: You can’t just genetically modify your way out of poverty
Environmental groups fighting against the use of GM crops in Africa and Asia are “wicked” and potentially condemning millions of people to a premature death, the Environment Secretary, Owen Paterson, says today.
Two Britons – including a journalist – refused bail ahead of trial date in late November
The men’s relatives describe the conditions in the prison as worse than the North Pole
Activists, including four from UK, face a maximum jail sentence of 15 years
Judges order activists accused of piracy be put in pre-trial detention for two months
A Russian court is expected to rule in the case of 30 Greenpeace activists apprehended after they tried to scale an offshore oil platform last week.
Russian president Vladimir Putin has said "it was completely obvious" Greenpeace activists currently detained over an Artic drilling protest were not pirates, despite Russian authorities announcing on Tuesday that investigators were considering piracy charges.
Nick Clegg today faces a split in his party over fracking, as green campaigners claimed the Lib Dems risked undermining their commitment to the environment if they backed the controversial drilling for shale gas.
Tory grandee says there should be different rules for the South-east
Ambitious Greenpeace stunt drew neck-craning crowds and widespread media coverage for protest against Shell's Arctic drilling
High Court rules in favour of reallocating some fishing rights from big producers to small-scale fishermen