Insulate Britain: ‘We have hundreds of people willing to go to prison’

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‘Let’s see how many spaces the government have to lock us up and let’s see how much support we garner.’

Craig Scudder says Insulate Britain has hundreds of people who are willing to go to prison.

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A series of protests by the group Insulate Britain involving roadblocks began on 13 September 2021. The protests occurred on the M25, A1, M3 and M11 motorways in England. The first protest saw with protestors blocking five junctions of the M25.

The British Government took out an injunction against the group’s activities, but protests still occurred, however participants could be arrested and removed more quickly.

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