It left three million readers without their morning paper yesterday – on a day they would have read Sir David Attenborough writing about climate change in The Sun.
She vowed at a rally last year: ‘How could I bring up a child in a world that doesn’t care about their future? I declare that I will not bear children, but I will continue the fight for climate justice, and hope that our actions will improve the future for all the children, of every […]
When asked about the protesters who disrupted the supply of millions of newspapers on Friday night Ms Abbott told Sophy Ridge on Sky: “I think it’s important to remind ourselves that direct actions which is what those actions were are actually legal.
The 51 Extinction Rebellion activists charged over the blockade of printing presses in Hertfordshire Natalie Brecht, 45, who gave no address was remanded in custody to appear before Hatfield Magistrates’ Court today. Sally Davidson, aged 33, from Byards Croft, LondonChristopher Smith, aged 43, of Blagdon Road, New MaldenWill Farbrother, aged 39, of Forest Road, WalthamstowSarah Ingram, aged […]
Circumstances have combined to produce a shift in opinion here. The non-partisan Yes Cymru movement has gained ground, polls suggest that there is now a clear majority desire to remain in Europe, and the attractions of the links with the union decline every day, although the suggestion that England should separate from the Celtic union […]