Just Stop Oil escalates protests again, releasing 50 eco-zealots at five locations in what threatens to be a repeat of yesterday’s disruption
Just Stop Oil threatens to unleash another day of chaos with five new marches Campaign group vows to ‘paralyze London’ with more slow marches
Just Stop Oil unleashed another day of chaos on the streets of London today as 46 environmental protesters launched five more ‘slow marches’ across the city.
Members of the eco-protest group have descended on five separate locations across the UK capital city as they continue their efforts to ‘paralyze London’.
Today, Just Stop Oil members launched five separate slow marches across central and west London
Slow marches by protest groups are seeking to force the UK government to freeze all new oil and gas licences.
This morning’s protests threaten to see a repeat of the massive disruption caused yesterday after the group launched its biggest slow march across 15 locations.
Just Stop Oil unleashed another day of chaos on the streets of London with five more slow marches
The protest group has vowed to paralyze London, calling on the government to stop issuing new oil and gas licences.
Just Stop Oil campaigners have repeatedly clashed with angry members of the public
UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said yesterday that he would not give in to ‘eco-zelots’ threatening to disrupt the ‘British Summer’ and today’s march.
The Prime Minister instead demanded that the UK ‘transition to net zero’ in a ‘sensible, practical way’ as he argued that Just Stop Oil protests were not a ‘constructive way of tackling climate change’.
Yesterday’s protest saw Just Stop Oil campaigners embark on their biggest ever day of action as 200 protesters targeted 15 separate locations.
The protest took 183 Just Stop Oil members off the streets and arrested 21 campaigners.
The environmental group has made repeated headlines this summer after protesters stopped games at Wimbledon and disrupted a live Channel 4 recording.
The Just Stop Oil protest sparked clashes with angry members of the public who were seen tearing down protesters’ signs and throwing them off the road.
Today’s campaign began at 8.03am after eight Just Stop Oil protesters began a slow march along New Kent Road in the London Borough of Southwark.
Minutes later, at 8.05am the Metropolitan Police moved in on six protesters walking along Talgarth Road in Hammersmith and Fulham.
At 8.14. A further 12 protesters began a slow march down Armory Way in Wandswater.
Just minutes later, the Metropolitan Police arrested two Just Stop Oil campaigners while 18 other environmentalists began walking slowly down a street in Ealing at 8.17am.
The protest group then began another slow march along Netherwood Road in Shepherd’s Bush at 8.24am.
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