UK native climate activists end visitors end to Parliament

LONDON (AP) — Local climate commerce activists sat in the highway end to Britain’s Homes of Parliament on Tuesday whereas demanding authorities motion to put the planet.

Waving signs with slogans similar to “There would possibly be No Planet B″ and “We Favor to Reside,″ demonstrators with the community Extinction Rebellion stopped visitors end to Parliament Square. Police made five arrests.

The direct became a part of two weeks of civil disobedience planned for London, Cardiff and Manchester.

Extinction Rebellion is asking on politicians as they return from a summer recess to make stronger a native climate emergency bill and to put together for a native climate crisis.

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