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Latest update : 2014-01-13

France's Total invests in UK shale gas exploration

The French firm Total has become the first major oil company to invest in shale gas exploration in the UK. The British government is hoping that the controversial extraction of the gas will bring an economic boom to the country. Also, we find out why French taxi drivers are calling for stricter regulation of private hire car services.

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