Insulate Britain protesters glue their hands to the M4 motorway

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Insulate Britain shut down the M4 near Heathrow Airport and the M1 close to Brent Cross in more misery for drivers who have also spent the past week queuing for fuel – and further humiliation for the police and Home Office. There were furious clashes between drivers and protesters on the rain-soaked M4 at about 8.30am near junction three for Cranford and Hayes in West London, with motorists tearing banners from their hands and hurling abuse as their route to work or school was blocked. Others stuck in long queues also beeped their horns in frustration. The climate change campaigners have bragged that at least eight of those who sat on the roads this morning had been arrested and released without charge after they twice blocked the M25 at Swanley in Kent on Wednesday.

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