At the Tory leadership hustings, eco-protesters cut short Liz Truss’ opening statement.
Liz Truss was furious after eco-activists stormed the Tory leadership hustings in Eastbourne last night before being dispersed by security.
The eco-activists could be heard shouting “shame” and urging a new Prime Minister to enact a Green New Deal. The Foreign Secretary yelled back at them.
Five protesters who shouted at Liz Truss, demanded a “Green New Deal,” and claimed to represent the majority were expelled from the Eastbourne hustings for the Tory leadership.
“Out, out, out!” was chanted by conservatives in the audience.
If she wins the leadership, Ms. Truss promised to immediately crack down on protesters of this caliber and promised to pass legislation to stop them.
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I would pass legislation right away to ensure that we are fighting militant trade unions that prevent regular commuters from arriving at work.
“And I would pass legislation to safeguard our vital services.”
I’ll take steps to prevent militant activists like Extinction Rebellion from upsetting regular people who put in a lot of effort, act morally, and go to work.
“And I will never, ever, ever allow unfair protests to undermine our democracy.”
Following the initial protestor influx, another disruptive individual entered the arena and was expelled.
When the environmental activists chose not to jeer Mr. Sunak, the front-runner joked that she was “popular with Extinction Rebellion.”
The demonstrators, who were members of the youth climate group Green New Deal Rising, declared that this was a crucial time for the nation.
Good wages, safe jobs, and a secure environment are what the majority of people want, and our next prime minister should be listening to them.
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