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UK Prime Minister's house dressed in black by Greenpeace


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Greenpeace activists have covered UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's private home in black fabric, Sky News reports. The protest is directed against the government's energy policy as the UK government has previously announced plans to grant over 100 new oil and gas licenses off the coast of Scotland.

The activists also hung a banner with the text "Rishi Sunak - oil money or our future?". According to AFP, the activists were arrested by police and later released on bail.

Greenpeace have written more about the action on their website: Why Greenpeace activists covered Rishi Sunak’s house in black fabric.

I must say, Greenpeace are awesome, and they know exactly what kind of stunts gets the most exposure.

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