Extinction Rebellion protesters glued themselves to the speaker’s chair in house of Commons and locked their necks on the railing outside.
campaign group said about fifty of his supporters”took nonviolent action,” demanding a gathering of citizens to discuss the climate crisis.
There are five protesters in the photo. in the House of Commons, with some holding plates that say “let people decide” and “Citizens’ meeting now”.
It is assumed that they entered building after booking official tour before breaking away group organize a protest.
One of the demonstrators told the PA news agency smuggled by activists banners to the House of Commons in “bag in a bag”.
Two protesters could also I’ll see you with locks on the necks and connected to the front gate of at home of Parliament.
Banners have also was dropped through the Palace of Westminster building.
Extinction Rebellion tweeted: “Protest points to need for gathering of citizens to fight corruption in westminster, update politics let it go people decide.”
The Citizens’ Assembly is group of members of in public gathered to discuss on policy questions.
Emergency vehicles from the police fire An ambulance arrived at the scene shortly after the protest began at 12 noon.
Around the demonstrators, one could see police officers who had previously led the singing crowd. of them out of Parliament House.
The police helicopter was also saw flight over in building. .
parliament currently on their summer vacation until Monday when Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak will be confirmed won Tory leadership race.
speech read out activists in the camera said, “We in a crisis. And what’s coming on in this camera jokes every day out of us all. We cannot afford to bear on like this is.
“It possible play on climate and cost in a way it is fair and supportive of all. But our political system too much out of date and out of touch to see more next electoral cycle and do what is necessary.”
House of A spokesman for the House of Representatives said: “We know of incident on The parliamentary estate and are currently a business with situation as a matter of urgency.”
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: “The Met is aware. of demonstration of a number of protesters in the palace of Westminster.
“Interpolice and parliamentary staff are reacting.”