'Summer Uprising': Extinction Rebellion launches disruption across five cities

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London's protest is centred on the Royal Courts of Justice, with Extinction Rebellion calling for the courts to take more responsibility for climate justice | Credit: Extinction Rebellion
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London's protest is centred on the Royal Courts of Justice, with Extinction Rebellion calling for the courts to take more responsibility for climate justice | Credit: Extinction Rebellion

Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, Leeds, and London will be focus of climate protests thids week in latest outbreak of direct action from Extinction Rebellion

Cities across the UK have been hit by a fresh wave of protests from climate activist group Extinction Rebellion, with Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, Leeds, and London all facing disruption through road blockades...

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