The London Metropolitan Police (MPS) has announced the arrest of 39 insulated British people as protesters blocked the M4 junction at Heathrow Airport and the Brent Cross junction in south-west London. They also occupied the Waltham Cross junction on the M25 in north London.
Some activists were caught on the road with their hands, while others were chained to each other. Demonstrators caused delays and long queues of vehicles formed on the highway.
Insulated Britain is part of the most popular climate movement destructive uprising. Since mid-September, its members have blocked traffic on the London Bypass several times.
Insulate Britain calls on the British government to improve the insulation and comfort of homes and apartments in the UK to reduce CO2 emissions. Activists have said they will continue their work until the government releases a “meaningful report” that will improve the safety of 29 million homes by 2030.
Authorities have the power to intervene against those blocking London’s M25, following a ban last week, Sky News reported. These individuals could face up to two years in prison and financial fines.
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