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Extinction Rebellion protesters cut out of car in Westminster

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Extinction Rebellion protesters cut out of car in Westminster

Extinction Rebellion protesters cut out of car in Westminster

Police cut two Extinction Rebellion protesters out of a car blocking off Victoria Embankment in Westminster.

The group is planning to take over 12 sites around Parliament for the next two weeks.


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