LEGO attempts to stonewall escalating Greenpeace protest

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Toy giant refuses to accept petition from 115,000 people calling on it to quit partnership with Shell over Arctic oil exploration

The high profile battle between Greenpeace and Lego looks set to run and run, after the company again failed to respond to the latest protests and then refused the delivery of a 115,000 strong petition...

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