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Greenpeace defends protest at PM’s home as ‘appropriate reaction to disastrous decision’ – UK politics live

Greenpeace has defended its recent anti-oil protest at Rishi Sunak’s constituency house, stating that it was a proportionate response to Sunak’s decision to allow further drilling. Areeba Hamid, the group’s co-executive director, explained that the protest was carefully planned and would not have taken place if the prime minister had been present. She emphasized that the activists knocked on the door and communicated their intentions to those present before proceeding. Hamid also stressed that Greenpeace prioritizes security in all their actions and takes meticulous precautions. In response to criticism, Greenpeace’s UK co-executive director, Will McCallum, argued that the aim of the protest was not to engage with the government directly, but to draw attention to the urgency of the climate crisis. He criticized Sunak and his government for their support of fossil fuels despite the devastating impacts of climate change. McCallum urged the government to listen to public concerns and take bold action on climate issues.


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