Just Stop Oil block London road as Met police walk side-by-side

Just stop oil block london road as met police walk side-by-side

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Just Stop Oil block London road as Met police walk side-by-side” – below is their description.

Just Stop Oil block London road as Met police walk side-by-side | A handful of protesters kicked-off a promised two-week campaign of chaos at 8am today, arriving at Shepherd’s Bush station they were allowed to march slowly along the middle of the road. Alongside them were Metropolitan Police.

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