Activists blockade Amazon on busiest day of the year
Daily Express|November 27, 2021
ECO activists disrupted the busiest shopping day of the year by targeting Amazon depots across Britain.
Mark Reynolds

Extinction Rebellion members locked themselves to bamboo towers and scaffolding at 13 warehouses.

The eco group claimed “Black Friday exploits people and planet”.

In Manchester, XR left items strewn along a lane near the airport to stop traffic.

Similar blockades began early yesterday at centres in Doncaster, Darlington, Derby, Newcastle, Peterborough, Coventry, Rugeley, Dartford, Bristol, Tilbury, Milton Keynes as well as in Dunfermline.

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