Extinction Rebellion: Angry Commuters TAKE ON climate rebels during rush hour

  Daily Express 

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CLIMATE change activists were stung yesterday after a rail protest aimed at bringing chaos to ­commuters sparked an angry public backlash. Furious passengers took the law into their hands to end the rush-hour demonstration on the London Underground.
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