Activists from the environmental group Extinction Rebellion are blocking thirteen different warehouses and distribution complexes owned by the internet company Amazon in various parts of the UK.
The goal is to disrupt the black silver trade by making it difficult to supply and replenish goods.
A delivery facility near Bristol should be blocked from 05:00 Swedish time. Activists reportedly built a bamboo tower on the campus and completely paralyzed two roads.
Police on site
Police have been called in to fill depots in places like Kent and Essex. Essex police have been tweeting to make sure the location is safe. However, they believe the move will disrupt morning traffic.
In Manchester, activists block several roads around the airport. In Newcastle, the cities of Darlington and Dunfermline were also affected.
A 29-year-old woman, Tina, stopped the plane
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