'The only option left': Recolight boss arrested again for part in Extinction Rebellion protests

Cecilia Keating
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The giant table erected in Covent Garden | Credit: Extinction Rebellion
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The giant table erected in Covent Garden | Credit: Extinction Rebellion

Nigel Harvey has now been arrested three times in two years for taking part in climate crisis protests organised by activist group XR

Recolight chief executive Nigel Harvey has once again been arrested for taking part in Extinction Rebellion (XR) demonstrations in London, marking the third time in two years the waste electronics recycling...

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