Insulating British activists was dragged out of the M25 by police today after running in front of moving traffic during their latest protest highway protest.
Video footage from the demonstrators is recently the fifth in the group, showing protesters blocking fast-moving oncoming vehicles as police try to stop them.
In a clip shared by LBC, you can see campaign participants go out in front of a moving vehicle wearing an orange hibis vest with a banner.
Police officers then try to pull the activist off the road while the heavy truck is driving along the freeway.
Activists went out to both sides of Junction 10 in an escalation from a previous protest on Slip Road.
Police expected further action from environmental groups, but could not prevent them from entering the congested roads.
“Police were clearly waiting for protesters. Police cars were sitting under the pedestrian bridge, but protesters were able to surpass them in the first few seconds,” LBC reporter Rachel Venables said on the scene. Tweeted from.
During the incident, the driver was advised to avoid the area.
Police then kicked the protesters off the road, reopened the lane, and arrested 23 people.
Police arrested 29 people in connection with protests yesterday after activists blocked part of the M25. Some glued to the road.
Keishisei Nick Caveney said: Deliberately blocking highways is not only extremely dangerous, but it also affects thousands of civilians who are stranded late as a result. “
The prime minister argued that environmental activists are undermining important causes by causing turmoil in the people.
Boris Johnson said: I think what they are doing is undermining a very important moral mission that is widely shared by the people of this country. “
Insulate Britain creates a legally binding national plan in which the government is fully funded and responsible for the insulation of all UK social homes by 2025 and is fully funded in full low energy and low carbon. I want to make an “immediate promise” to do. Home renovation of all homes in the UK by 2030.
Following the turmoil this morning, the group repeatedly called on the Prime Minister to issue a statement in response to the request.