LONDON, Oct 5 (Reuters) – British police arrested local weather change activists in London forward of deliberate protests by Extinction Rebel on Monday, the group and police stated.
“Pre-emptive arrests are going down at certainly one of our warehouses for conspiracy to hinder highways, even when folks didn’t intend to hitch the rise up,” Extinction Rebel stated on Twitter on Saturday.
A spokeswoman for London’s Metropolitan Police confirmed arrests had been made however was unable to supply additional particulars.
A Reuters photographer stated he noticed police breaking down a door to enter a constructing utilized by Extinction Rebel to retailer gear forward of Monday’s deliberate protests.
The group staged 11 days of protests in London in April that disrupted public transport and roads.
On Thursday, Extinction Rebel activists used a fireplace engine to hose a pink liquid on the British finance ministry’s headquarters in London to attract consideration to what they stated was the federal government’s failure to avert local weather catastrophe. (Reporting by William Schomberg and Simon Dawson; Modifying by Alexander Smith and Hugh Lawson)