Masked Extinction Rebellion protesters outside the Bank of England holding a globe containing fake
Updated: Sep 12, 2020
Extinction Rebellion activists glue themselves to pavements and turn them into rivers of fake blood as they continue 10-day climate change demonstration in central London.
Climate change protesters have glued themselves to the pavements, which had been covered with fake blood, during another day of disruption in central London.
Extinction Rebellion (XR) protesters glued themselves to the ground outside the Department of Transport, Westminster, in a demonstration against High Speed 2 (HS2) railway.
This comes as the group plans to hold tens days of protests across central London to using civil disobedience to highlight climate change, with police already making numerous arrests.
They have previously used fake blood in their demonstrations.
Some 160 arrests were made on the first day of action on Tuesday, for offences including breaching public order conditions, obstructing the highway, obstructing police and assault on an emergency worker.
There were 72 arrests made on Wednesday, with the majority being for breaching conditions imposed on the Parliament Square demonstration.
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