Government set to cut ties with Greenpeace following protest at PM's home

James Murray
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Government set to cut ties with Greenpeace following protest at PM's home

Number 10 says it is no longer 'appropriate' for departments to meet with Greenpeace, after activists arrested over stunt at Rishi Sunak's constituency home

The government is reportedly poised to block Greenpeace from attending meetings with Ministers and officials, after the campaign group last week staged a protest at Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's constituency...

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