London travel chaos for two weeks as Extinction Rebellion plan more protests

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Expect a fortnight of disruption across the capital

Protesters gathered in Hyde Park for an ‘opening ceremony’ ahead of two weeks of planned disruption

They have said they will target Westminster and Lambeth Bridge along with demonstrations outside key Government departments. ‘We’ve had 4,000 rebels sign up and say they are willing to be arrested – which is a huge increase on the number arrested in April of 1,000. ‘This includes the terrifying likelihood that our supermarkets will fail us because the food system is too fragile to continually withstand the shocks of extreme weather happening in other parts of the world.’

Sunday’s protest was policed by two vans of officers who were stationed by Marble Arch, a small distance from the main protesters.

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Here we go again..madness..allowing the mad hatters to disrupt London for 2 weeks! Waste of time,waste of Police too. Let’s hope we get a lot of bad weather and heavy rain for the duration..🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡

A lot of them probably need to find a job and contribute.

Ffs 🤪

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