Insulate Britain: Kevin Hurley hits out at ‘selfish’ activists

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‘It’s utterly selfish what these people are doing, they are self-indulgent, egotistical people’

Former Detective Chief Superintendent of the Met Police Kevin Hurley slams Insulate Britain following news that the Met Police spent £4.3m policing the activists.

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