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Furious Susanna Reid berates eco warrior over M25 protest that sparked FIVE HOUR delays


FURIOUS Susanna Reid berated an eco warrior live on air this morning over the M25 protests that sparked FIVE HOUR delays yesterday.

The Good Morning Britain presenter took on a protester from Insulate Britain over the additional gas emissions the eco group triggered after their protest on the motorway.

Susanna Reid bought right into a shouting match with the eco warrior after yesterday’s M25 protestCredit: GOOD MORNING BRITAIN
Eco warrior Liam Norton called Susanna's ideas 'ridiculous'
Eco warrior Liam Norton known as Susanna’s concepts ‘ridiculous’Credit: GOOD MORNING BRITAIN

More than 90 eco warriors linked to Extinction Rebellion have been arrested after sparking journey chaos throughout a rush-hour blockade of the M25.

Tens of hundreds of drivers have been caught of their automobiles for as much as 5 hours whereas activists from Insulate Britain plonked themselves in the course of the motorway.

Addressing Liam Norton this morning, Susanna mentioned: “Traffic delays add to car emissions.

“The point about traffic emissions is certainly not ridiculous. I’d link it to traffic because you’ve held it up for hours.

“It’s not healthy for our air pollution is it?”

But the visitor hit again, calling Susanna’s feedback “ridiculous”.

Shouting over the GMB presenter, he mentioned: “Susanna, I’ll repeat. You’re fully aware that what you’ve just said is ridiculous.”

He then continued to shout in regards to the tens of millions of kilos invested into corporations that do not serve to assist the local weather disaster.

Co-host Richard Madeley then butted saying: “So Susanna is ridiculous because you say so?” earlier than including that they had run out of time and the section was over.

The protest yesterday triggered chaos at Junction 3 for Swanley in Kent, Junction 6 for Godstone in Surrey, Junction 14 for Heathrow Terminal 5, Junction 20 for Kings Langley in Hertfordshire, and Junction 31 for Purfleet in Essex.

Sam, from Bromley, South East London, mentioned he had been caught in site visitors on the M25 together with his two younger kids for 3 hours as a result of local weather protest.

The 37-year-old had been on his manner for a time out at a farm on a “rare day” he has time for a visit together with his household.

“I am seething at how irresponsible and selfish their demonstration is,” he mentioned.

“It is ill-considered and poorly executed. I am all for change and reducing fuel poverty but there are more sensible ways to lobby and protest.”


Some 20 activists additionally sat on a highway in Kings Langley, Hertfordshire, the place issues shortly turned bitter.

Furious motorists tried to tug resistant protesters holding banners and placards studying “Sorry To Stop You” away to clear the highway and backlog.

The local weather change group needs the Government to “make significant legislative change to start lowering emissions”.

A spokesperson mentioned they have been taking motion to demand Boris Johnson create a whole bunch of hundreds of jobs and save lives.

Liam Norton, 36, an electrician from London mentioned: “Since waking as much as the disaster we’re all in, as a result of catastrophic breakdown in our local weather, I’ve been shocked on the lack of great motion from our authorities. 

“They need to face up to reality. It will destroy our economy and the fabric of our society.

“They are being extremely reckless. They are betting the farm on applied sciences that do not exist.


​”As soon as a statement is made that we can trust and is meaningful we will get off the roads.”

Steve Gower, 54, unemployed, presently dwelling in gas poverty in Gloucester added: “Man up Johnson and get on with it.”

In complete, 92 persons are identified to have been arrested.

The Met Police has made 14 arrests, cops in Essex have arrested 12, Hertfordshire officers are quizzing 18 folks, Surrey Police are holding 36 protesters and 12 have been detained in Kent.

Essex Police Chief Inspector Paul Austin mentioned: “This incident triggered important disruption and our officers labored to resolve it as shortly and safely as doable.

“I want to thank the drivers affected for their patience and understanding.”

Protesters from climate campaign 'Insulate Britain', an offshoot of Extinction Rebellion, blocked the M25
Protesters from local weather marketing campaign ‘Insulate Britain’, an offshoot of Extinction Rebellion, blocked the M25
Police urged drivers to stay away from the area yesterday
Police urged drivers to keep away from the world yesterday

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