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Denham, UK. 11 February, 2020. Thames Valley Police officers arrest an environmental activist from Extinction Rebellion who had been ‘slow walking’ in front of a large truck delivering a JCB forklift truck to a HS2 site. Contractors working on behalf of HS2 are rerouting electricity pylons through a Site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation (SMI) in conjunction with the high-speed rail link.
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