In a statement, he said he would “suspend the campaign of civil resistance” until October 25.
in an open letter Boris JohnsonThe group quoted Prime Minister’s hero Winston Churchill before writing: “Insulate Britain wishes to use this opportunity to deeply acknowledge the disruption it has caused over the past five weeks.
“We can’t normally imagine engaging in such acts.
“But it is necessary to face the grim reality of our situation.”
They said they would not take any further action until the COP26 summit, but told Mr Johnson: “We want you to make a meaningful statement that we can count on, a statement the country wants to hear: Your government will live to the end. It has a duty to protect us.”
Controversial ringleader Liam Norton attempted to deliver the letter to Downing Street this afternoon.
However, the police at the gate refused to receive the PM’s mail as they did not accept it – it would have to be mailed instead.
One protester told reporters: “An email copy was sent to Boris Johnson and his Cabinet Secretary.
“We’re going to post this as we can’t deliver it to the gentlemen here.”
The sit-ins will temporarily end after it is reported that the activists will finally face court and possible jail time in a few days.
Just a month after the first barricades brought chaos to highways, authorities are preparing to ask judges to take action.
Ministers were reportedly enraged at the police arresting the bigots – before they were released a few hours later.
But the final details are now being added to the legal documents that could provide faster justice for those who do not comply with the Supreme Court’s stay-of-road orders.
And Priti Patel announced that the police would be given the power to arrest repeated climate protesters before sticking themselves to the asphalt.
It comes like this:
Minister of the Interior takes action stop and break rules that is, protesters suspected of carrying heavy-duty locks or industrial-strength adhesive near highways, airports and ports can be detained.
And when questioned about his decision not to go to talkRADIO host Cristo Foufas, Norton instantly replied: “Because I’m a hypocrite.”
Then he added: “I’m not scary, am I?”
Surprised by the answer, Cristo pressed him further and asked: “Do you understand why people would think that, well, this guy doesn’t care about isolation, he’s just interested in causing disruptions and trying to make a name for himself?”
“Yes, they are right,” Norton said.
“I don’t particularly care about insulation.”
The enraged mother said, ‘I’ll go over it then!’ she shouts. others ‘Why aren’t you at work?’ shouting the M25 after the eco-mafia block