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This summer’s climate change protests saw thousands of people take to the streets of the capital to cause mass disruption. Among them was 31-year-old mum Laura Amherst, who danced topless outside Downing Street. Hitting the headlines, she says the only reason she dared to bare it all was to highlight the issues of climate change. She joins us now to explain why she thinks stripping off helps save the planet and what reaction she has received from the public for her actions.

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