Climate rebels storm insurer offices over support for ‘fossil fuel crooks’

Extinction Rebellion protest in the City of London 27 February
Extinction Rebellion

Extinction Rebellion activists have occupied the offices of five insurers in the City of London,as the movement launches its week of action to stop the companies insuring “climate chaos”.

Yesterday morning, climate campaigners entered the lobbies of several insurance firms and staged a “lobby occupation” demanding for CEOs and company bosses to come down and talk to them about the need

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