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Insulate Britain campaigners daub graffiti on magistrates court building


Eco-warriors have scrawled graffiti on a magistrates’ court building after they appeared in connection with a series of disruptive protests on the M25.

The demonstrators spray painted ‘Insulate Britain’ in blue letters on the wall outside Crawley Magistrates Court after they faced charges of causing a public nuisance in connection with M25 protests.

The group, which included Catherine Eastburn, 54, the wife of a former Transport for London director, posed for photos with a banner under the message.

One woman was spoken to by three uniformed officers from Sussex Police before being led off for questioning.

The latest vandalism came after the alleged protesters appeared in court accused of causing a public nuisance by obstructing a public highway.

Insulate Britain activists scrawled graffiti on a magistrates' court building after they appeared in connection with a series of disruptive protests on the M25

Insulate Britain activists scrawled graffiti on a magistrates’ court building after they appeared in connection with a series of disruptive protests on the M25

The demonstrators spray painted 'Insulate Britain' in blue letters on the wall outside Crawley Magistrates Court after they faced charges of causing a public nuisance in connection with M25 protests

The demonstrators spray painted ‘Insulate Britain’ in blue…



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