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Insulated Britain activists have apologized for the roadblock

Insulated Britain activists have apologized for the roadblock

Insulate urges UK government to invest more in homes and apartments to reduce climate burden.

October 5, 2021 at 9:46 pm TASR

London. Climate activists in Insulated Britain on Tuesday apologized for the problems caused to residents by repeated roadblocks in London. Sky News said on its website on Tuesday.

Tougher punishments

Insulated Britain has blocked roads and major intersections in and around London in recent weeks. The group’s spokesman, Liam Norton, said it was doing so because Insulate Britain was currently serious. Climate crisis.

“We are asking the Prime Minister for a statement that the country wants to hear – the government will fulfill its promises to protect us,” Norton said.

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British Home Secretary Priti Patel announced on Tuesday that the government plans to toughen penalties for unauthorized interference in riots and roads. According to Patel, the state Conservative Party will always support the right of the people to express their views through protests, however, it must comply with applicable laws.

Home insulation

Insulated Britain is part of the most popular climate movement destructive uprising. Since mid-September, its members have repeatedly blocked traffic on the London Bypass.

Insulate Britain calls on British government to invest more in homes and apartments across the UK To protect Reduce energy and CO2 emissions. Activists say the struggle will continue until the British government promises to improve the insulation of 29 million buildings by 2030.

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