Euston HS2 protest: Final activist removed from tunnels - and raises a peace sign
Crowds gathered nearby cheered and shouted 'we love you Bradley' as the man was transferred to an ambulance.
Image:Larch Maxey pictured in part of the 100ft tunnel network dug in secret under Euston Square GardensDr Maxey added that Bradley, would feel"very proud, I should think, and relieved and grateful for being back up top".HS2 Limited said in a statement:"HS2 staff, our agents and the emergency service personnel have acted with safety as their utmost priority, risking their own lives in order to ensure the wellbeing of those who placed themselves in such a dangerous situation underground."
Image:The project has been met with anger from environmentalistsThe firm insisted it"accepts the right to peaceful protest" but accused activists of putting"additional pressure" on the NHS and police and fire services during the coronavirus pandemic.
It also claimed its staff and agents were"subject to numerous incidences of violence and criminal activity during this operation, including alleged theft and assault". Read more: Sky News »
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So just so a fully understand this, and please anyone feel free to correct me, these guys protested the new underground tunnel network by digging underground tunnels? Can’t help but think they’ve helped create the network not stop it and they didn’t even get paid for it 🤣🤣🤣