Surrey Police stated that officers are investigating activists who attempted to climb a gantry at Junction 8 on the UK’s busiest motorway.
The road is closed clockwise
Essex Police reported that it had arrested a woman who attempted to climb a ladder about 1.5 miles from Junction 28 clockwise.
The force stated that one lane was temporarily closed while officers dealt with the situation.
The activist has now been arrested and taken off the gantry between junction 7 and junction 8.
The road has been reopened. Thank you for your patience
— Surrey Police (@SurreyPolice) November 10, 2022
Police were concerned Wednesday that the high-risk tactics of the group would lead to the death of officers or members of the public.
But the eco mob blocked the M25 once again hours later.
Metropolitan Police stated that they are ready to respond to any crime on the M25 today. They will also work quickly to minimize disruption and keep traffic moving.
Kent Police stated that there are no incidents at the moment involving activists on Kent’s road networks.
“Our officers continue to support other forces in responding to any offences or disruptions elsewhere.”
Animal Rebellion joins Just Stop Oil
Animal Rebellion, the group behind the protests against vegan milk in high-end London shops, has joined Just Stop Oil as a fellow disruptor.
Phoebie Plummer was a 21-year-old student who threw soup at Van Gogh’s Sunflowers portrait. She said that as a young person, I see a future of mass famines, severe droughts wildfires, floods, and societal collapse.
“I know people are frustrated with us and that is understandable. But we must disrupt everyday life because we are heading towards climate catastrophe. Yet, the Government continues its betrayal of me, my generation, and the people in the global South by issuing new oil licences.”
Image: CREDIT: SWNS
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