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    London braces for second day of climate protests


    The Prime Minister urges ‘uncooperative crusties’ to abandon climate change protests.
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    London is bracing for a second day of traffic disruptions as Extinction Rebellion’s planned two weeks of global climate change protests 
    Protesters brought chaos for commuters on Monday, closing down several streets around Westminster, as part of coordinated actions taking place around the world.
    More road closures are expected today as a predicted 30,000 protesters descend on the capital.
    Parliament Street, Great Smith Street, and Westminster and Lambeth bridges are expected to be heavily....

    Meanwhile, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has appealed to the protesters to stop blocking London’s streets.
    Labelling Extinction Rebellion activists as “uncooperative crusties”, the PM called on them to abandon their “hemp-smelling bivouacs” to allow the capital to function smoothly again.
    Mr Johnson was speaking at the launch in London of the third volume of Margaret Thatcher’s biography by the former editor of The Daily Telegraph, Charles Moore.
    He said the former prime minister had taken the issue of greenhouse gases seriously long before 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg was born.

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  • London braces for second day of climate protests

  • The Prime Minister urges ‘uncooperative crusties’ to abandon climate change protests.
     2
    London is bracing for a second day of traffic disruptions as Extinction Rebellion’s planned two weeks of global climate change protests 
    Protesters brought chaos for commuters on Monday, closing down several streets around Westminster, as part of coordinated actions taking place around the world.
    More road closures are expected today as a predicted 30,000 protesters descend on the capital.
    Parliament Street, Great Smith Street, and Westminster and Lambeth bridges are expected to be heavily....

    Meanwhile, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has appealed to the protesters to stop blocking London’s streets.
    Labelling Extinction Rebellion activists as “uncooperative crusties”, the PM called on them to abandon their “hemp-smelling bivouacs” to allow the capital to function smoothly again.
    Mr Johnson was speaking at the launch in London of the third volume of Margaret Thatcher’s biography by the former editor of The Daily Telegraph, Charles Moore.
    He said the former prime minister had taken the issue of greenhouse gases seriously long before 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg was born.

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