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‘Crusty wokerati’ Insulate Britain are set to block motorways with raves called ‘Boris’ House’ with 12 hours of partying’

by Cass
16th Feb 22 10:16 am

Anarchy groups and Insulate Britain are to hold a series of “raves” this weekend on the M25 which will cause misery for many drivers.

The protests will be held are four unnamed locations with one called “Staying Alive on the M25” another called “Boris’ House” with “12 hours of mental partying” which is in reference to the partygate scandal which has rocked Downing Street.

The group had previously said, “Insulate Britain understands that there will be a day of civil resistance on the M25 on Saturday 19th February at midday inspired by our campaign.

“The event named ‘RAVE ON THE M25’ has been arranged in response to public outrage at the Cost of Living Crisis and our government’s seeming inability to lead with integrity and responsibility in times of crisis.

“We are aware some Insulate Britain Supporters will be in attendance.”

The protests which were set up on Facebook has almost 400 people set to attend and they will highlight the surge in gas and electricity bills for UK households.

Conservative Party MP Jonathan Gullis said, “Yet again a minority of the crusty wokerati are willing to endanger others by doing something utterly reckless on one of the nation’s busiest motorways.

“This will cause chaos for thousands of families coming home after a break following a tough two years.”

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said, “We are making use of every avenue of existing law to try to prevent the continued life-endangering action being carried out by Insulate Britain, which is causing intolerable disruption to motorists’ lives and livelihoods.

“This new interim injunction will ban activities that obstruct motorways and major A roads across the entire country.”

Dr Paul Stott, from the Policy Exchange think tank, said, “The rave will cause misery for drivers and a diversion of resources.”

Nicola Bell, from Highways England, said, “We will work with police and other partners to limit the effects of protests.”

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