Both outsiders and villagers have been protesting against the drilling, claiming it could lead to fracking. They fear the controversial process, that sees water pumped into the ground to force out gas, could pollute the local environment.In the best tradition of hiding the truth, Louise fails to tell you that many outsiders - and indeed many villagers - are not opposed to the drilling.
As is traditional in her pieces, she calls fracking "controversial" at the first opportunity.
And she reports the "fears" of pollution with no balancing comment about the regulation put in place to prevent it. A process is not "controversial" just because fanatics who deliberately ignore facts say it is. But it is when Louise agrees with them.
And why did police issue the eviction notice? It was because protestors were obstructing a road where vehicles can travel at 60mph. But you won't learn that from Louise either.
She has set out to write a sympathy piece for her fellow greenies. And The Telegraph lets her get away with it. Again.