Fresh earth tremors have been recorded at the fracking site in Lancashire.
The British Geological Survey recorded a tremor at 10.30am today near the fracking site at Preston New Road, Little Plumpton.
The quake measured a magnitude of -0.3, and would not have been felt by anyone near the site.
It is the latest in a series of numerous minor tremors since Caudrilla began fracking at the site in October, after spending two years exploring the site.
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The company is legally obliged to stop fracking for 24 hours if a quake of more than magnitude 0.5 is detected, which has happened several times since October.