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London commuters fight back after Extinction Rebellion protesters climb on top of Tube

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London commuters fight back after Extinction Rebellion protesters climb on top of Tube

London commuters fight back after Extinction Rebellion protesters climb on top of Tube

Commuters fought back against Extinction Rebellion environment protesters on Thursday morning, as an activist was dragged to the floor after climbing on top of a busy commuter train in east London.

Video shared on social media appeared to show a number of protesters on top of a Tube train at Canning Town station.

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