Insulate Britain say they will oppose 'ongoing betrayal' of the UK

Protesters from Insulate Britain blocking a road near Canary Wharf in east London.
Protesters from Insulate Britain blocking a road near Canary Wharf in east London.

A hearing at the High Court is to determine whether Insulate Britain injunction will be extended.

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Tracey Mallaghan and Liam Norton from Insulate Britain will be at the Royal Courts of Justice, Strand at 9:30am Thursday 28th October ahead of a hearing between National Highways Agency vs Persons unknown.

They say group plans to oppose the 'ongoing betrayal' of the UK in terms of approach to climate change.

The hearing at the High Court is to determine whether Insulate Britain injunction will be extended.

National Highways secured a nationwide interim injunction on Monday to target protesters who cause disruption on motorways or major A roads in England. The injunction lasted until today and the court will consider whether to extend it.