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Extinction Rebellion win High Court challenge against Metropolitan Police as London protest ban ruled 'unlawful'

Independent Wednesday, 6 November 2019 ()
Extinction Rebellion have won a High Court challenge against the Metropolitan Police over a London-wide protest ban imposed during their autumn uprising last month.
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News video: Extinction Rebellion 'vindicated' by High Court victory

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A High Court victory for Extinction Rebellion "vindicates" their criticism of the Metropolitan Police's London-wide ban on their protests, according to their barrister. The judge's decision is a "victory" for climate protesters, Tobias Garnett added. He was speaking outside the High Court following...

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