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Extinction Rebellion activists arrested at the start of two weeks of protests

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Extinction Rebellion activists arrested at the start of two weeks of protests

Extinction Rebellion activists arrested at the start of two weeks of protests

Extinction Rebellion protesters are vowing to shut down Westminster as they demand urgent action on the climate and environmental crises.

Activists say they expect the protests to be as much as five times bigger than those held in April, which brought major disruption to London and saw more than 1,100 arrests.

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