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BP oil platform in the North Sea leaks and there are no plans to clean it up

There's more odious news from BP this week: oil has leaked in the North Sea. About 95 metric tons, or almost 105 US tons, of oil leaked from BP's Clair platform "west of the Shetland Islands." BP plans to allow the oil to "disperse naturally," but The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) Scotland is concerned about the environmental damage the unchecked spill could cause.
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