#UK Animal activists spray white paint at Big Ben and block Westminster before Liz Truss’s first PMQs #UKnews
Animal Rebellion activists spray ‘faux milk’ white PAINT at Big Ben as anti-dairy protesters block street in Westminster forward of Liz Truss’s first PMQs
- Animal Rebellion activists sprayed Big Ben with ‘faux milk’ utilizing hearth extinguisher
- The anti-dairy group focused Liz Truss this morning forward of her first PMQs
- This is the group’s fourth day of motion of their ‘plant-based future’ marketing campaign
Animal rights activists have this morning sprayed ‘faux milk’ white paint at Big Ben forward of Liz Truss’s first Prime Minister’s Questions.
Nine campaigners from Animal Rebellion blocked the junction at Parliament Street at round 10.45am right this moment and poured the ‘milk’ and sprayed the Elizabeth Tower utilizing hearth extinguishers.
Metropolitan Police officers have been pictured at the scene of the protest as campaigners sat down with a banner studying ‘plant-based future’.
The local weather and animal marketing campaign group say they’ve ‘focused Liz Truss forward of her first PMQs, in a bid to drive her into negotiation for his or her calls for’.
The stated they gave the landmark ‘a brand new coat of white paint to symbolize the destruction and cruelty of the dairy trade’.
This is the fourth consecutive day of disruption by the anti-dairy group of their ‘Plant-Based Future’ marketing campaign, which they are saying left milk cabinets empty in Plymouth, Portsmouth, Bristol, and Birmingham.
Animal rights activists have this morning sprayed ‘faux milk’ white paint at Big Ben (pictured) forward of Liz Truss’s first Prime Minister’s Questions
Police officers at the Animal Rebellion activists’ protest after they threw paint on the partitions and street exterior the Houses of Parliament in protest
Metropolitan Police officers have been pictured at the scene of the protest as campaigners sat down with a banner studying ‘plant-based future’
Activists blocking Parliament Street in entrance of Big Ben after they gave the landmark ‘a brand new coat of white paint to symbolize the destruction and cruelty of the dairy trade’
Andrew Howard, 63, a retired firefighter from Sheffield, at Westminster this morning stated ‘Today’s motion is a direct problem to Prime Minister Liz Truss.
‘We are calling on her to make the drastic modifications that we all know must occur in an effort to fight the cost-of-living, local weather, and ecological crises we face.’
‘Supporting farmers right into a plant-based future, while rewilding the land this is able to unencumber, is a complete no-brainer.
‘A plant-based future means cheaper meals, extra nature, and large quantities of carbon drawn down from the ambiance. It’s a win for everybody’
The group used modified hearth extinguishers to spray Big Ben with ‘faux milk’ after arriving at round 10.45am
Animal Rebellion are attempting to place strain on new PM Liz Truss and newly appointed DEFRA minister, Ranil Jayawardena to ‘immediately acknowledge [their] calls for for a plant-based future’.
Dr Alice Brough, 31, a livestock veterinarian from Gloucestershire has stated ‘Liz Truss and Ranil Jayawardena’s angle of prioritising free commerce, irrespective of the price, has proven stunning neglect for British farmers, and due to this fact the remainder of us scuffling with the cost-of-living disaster.’
‘The new Prime Minister Liz Truss wants to instantly rebuild her damaged relationship with farming and fishing communities and assist a sustainable, plant-based meals system by tackling the vitality value disaster, rising prices, and lack of safety British farms are going through.
‘Supporting farmers in a plant-based transition will obtain all of this and extra.’
The animal and local weather group are demanding an finish to ‘wholesale governmental assist for farmers and fishing communities to transition to a plant-based meals system’, in addition to a ‘programme of rewilding that can safe a future for generations to return’.