Climate Activities, Insulate UK apologizes to public after protests on London Bridge Surgery UK Reports
A spokesman for the group said it acknowledged that recent protests on busy motorways had disrupted traffic but “believed that our situation was facing reality.”
Prime Minister Boris Johnson called the workers “crises” this morning because government lawyers have the best plans to take legal action against the group.
Insolate UK has come under public scrutiny when a key member announced that it would not deviate from the path of an ambulance that would take a dying patient to hospital.
Motorcycles and passers-by had to intervene and evacuate workers to allow an emergency vehicle to pass when a paramedic got into an argument on Windsworth Bridge.
Insomnia UK, an affiliate group, denied Roger Helm’s comments and said the group did not tolerate stopping ambulances.
The group today apologized to the public outside the High Court, where its hearing on the streets of London and the southeast has been adjourned until next week.
Liam Norton said: “Insolate UK apologizes for any inconvenience this may have caused in the past three weeks.”
“We can’t even imagine doing such a thing under normal circumstances. But we are sure to face the reality of our situation.
“The climate is disappearing all around us. We have been facing economic chaos and law and order for years.
Liam urged Boris Johnson to “make a statement that the country wants to hear,” saying protesters were ready to wield their swords if the government took proactive action to tackle the scourge of climate change.
However, in another interview with BBC Radio 5 Live, Ledger declined to support Roger’s comments.
Insulate UK wants the government to commit to rebuilding 29 million homes by 2030 to tackle climate change and fuel poverty.