Protesters storm Lloyd’s insurer offices over fossil fuel projects

Hundreds of protestors gather outside Lloyd's of London and Chaucer
Extinction Rebellion

Hundreds of protesters have gathered outside the offices of 10 Lloyd’s of London insurers today, demanding they rule out insuring the West Cumbria coal mine and the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline.

The protests are in collaboration with Fossil Free London’s Oily Money Out action, during which activist Greta Thunberg was arrested yesterday, and with Extinction Rebellion Gauteng in South Africa.

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