Caroline Lucas's arrest yesterday has had the desired effect, winning her a headline slot on the Today Programme. That will be the BBC standing up for law and order then.
In the interview, we learn that Ms Lucas is a bit confused over this whole fraccing thing, referring to it as a "new technology". She also seems to be in a right pickle over the her energy preferences, telling the Radio 4 audience that we should be using "natural gas" rather than "fracked gas". Somebody needs to explain to her that fracked gas is natural gas.
I assume what she means is "conventional gas", which she wants us to believe has lower fugitive methane emissions than gas from fractured wells. However, given that the scientific evidence is that fugitive methane is a small and diminishing problem, this looks like more disinformation from Ms Lucas than an attempt to enlighten.
The audio is below.