Climate protesters try to storm stage at chaotic Shell AGM

A shareholder rebellion against the board of Shell secured a fifth of votes at a stormy annual general meeting where climate protesters tried to rush the stage.

Suited security staff linked hands to shield chairman Sir Andrew Mackenzie and chief executive Wael Sawan as a handful of activists made for the the top table.

Fossil Free London later claimed responsibility for the rush, while several other groups also sang songs and chanted slogans.

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