Probitas offices painted ‘blood red’ again

Probitas London office vandalised by protestors
Jonathan Swift

A newfound protest group has emerged and targeted the London offices of three insurers in rage over fossil fuel projects.

This morning (29 February) red paint was found dripping from the London offices of Tokio Marine Kiln, AIG, and Probitas. 

Money Rebellion, part of campaigning group Extinction Rebellion, claimed in a

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