Insulate Britain protesters target M4 motorway

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Environmental group Insulate Britain have caused traffic to grind to a halt as they blocked the M4 and the M1 in the group’s latest disruptive motorway protests.

The climate protesters arrived at junction 3 of the M4, known as Cranford Parkway Interchange, shortly after 8am on Friday morning with a separate group blocking junction 1 of the M1, at Staples Corner.

Thirteen members of the group were filmed stepping onto the busy motorway, demanding urgent action from the government on climate change.

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