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Climate protests shut BP's London headquarters on CEO's first day

Reuters Wednesday, 5 February 2020
Climate protesters forced BP to temporarily shut down its London headquarters on Wednesday, the first day in office for the oil and gas company's new CEO Bernard Looney.
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