Just Stop Oil protesters glued to Royal Courts of Justice removed by police

Police removed two Just Stop Oil protestors who glued themselves to the Royal Courts of Justice in London on Wednesday, 6 March.

Footage posted to the organisation’s X/Twitter account shows protestors blocking the entrance to the court, with police rubbing their hands with an anti-adhesive substance.

In a press release, Just Stop Oil said the protest was to highlight the “injustice of peaceful injunctions being used to silence peaceful dissent in the UK” in addition to demanding the government end all new fossil fuel projects.

The Independent has approached the Metropolitan Police for comment.