Norfolk County Council chiefs told to 'resign and go home' over incineration and fracking fear
A West Norfolk councillor has told county chiefs they "might as well all resign and go home" in a row over plans for future mineral and waste provision.
Proposals to send Norfolk County Council's preferred options for mineral extraction and waste management out to public consultation were approved at a cabinet meeting in Norwich on Monday.
But, in doing so, they rejected a plea from South Lynn councillor Alexandra Kemp for the document to explicitly rule out options for incineration and fracking, the controversial method for extracting shale gas.
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