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Extinction Rebellion activists among eco-mob that glued themselves to black limo spared jail


Extinction Rebellion activist, 65, who locked herself to a limousine near Hyde Park causing seven-hour delays and fellow protester, 66, who glued herself to the road are spared jail

  • Mandy Oliver, 65, and Jenny Ruskin, 66, took part in climate protest on April 16
  • Oliver had her arm locked to the wheel of a black limo while sitting on ground
  • Ruskin sat with her hand glued to the ground in middle of busy London road
  • Extinction Rebellion protest caused more than seven-hours of delays 
  • Both handed six-month conditional discharges meaning they were spared jail

An Extinction Rebellion activist who locked herself to a limousine near Hyde Park causing seven-hour delays and a fellow protester who glued herself to the road have been spared jail.

Mandy Oliver, 65, and…



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