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The police are in thrall to Extinction Rebellion in Cambridge

18 February 2020

2:21 AM

18 February 2020

2:21 AM

When I read that police were invoking emergency powers at an Extinction Rebellion protest in Cambridge I thought: about time, too. It meant, I presumed, that they were not going to make the same mistake as the Met Police last April, when they were too slow to stop this bunch of anarchists closing down public thoroughfares.

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