They’re at it again! Extinction Rebellion activists let off smoke flares and pour black paint outside Home Office building in eco-mob’s latest climate change stunt
- Extinction Rebellion threw black paint outside the Home Office in a protest
- Two eco-zealots tied themselves together with a tube and set off black flares
- A group of the protesters also dressed up as yellow birds in the demonstration
A group of the protestors was surrounded by police as they held placards and lay on the ground next to the office building.
The eco-zealots poured the black paint out of plastic buckets which had ‘end coal’ written on the side.
Two of the protesters appear to have attached themselves together with a large tube.
Two protestors have put their arms in a tub and set off flares outside of the Home Office in London
A group of Extinction Rebellion protesters poured buckets of black paint on the ground outside the building
Police stand guard outside of the Home Office as two men attempt to clean up the black paint
Staff and security attempted to clean up the black paint with mops and brushes following the demonstrations
Both set off flares and shouted as they sat next to the Home Office entrance.
The protest comes two weeks after Extinction Rebellion (XR) said it would abandon disruptive protests and prioritise dialogue instead.
Representatives from the group said at the start of the month it would ‘prioritise attendance over arrest and relationships over roadblocks’.
Members of Extinction Rebellion dressed up as yellow birds and flapped their arms as part of the protest
A cleaner attempts to mop up the black paint outside the Home Office following the protest
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