HS2 security stalks family event and tears down children’s posters

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After a week of protests by anti-HS2 campaigners and Aylesbury Vale residents, local villagers to chose to pay homage to the Doddershall House and the Oak tree (pictured below) that has been a part of the daily life of Quainton for centuries and is being destroyed for HS2. When they arrived, a HS2 security van was already parked along with a camera van leaving the local community members shocked.

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Newsletter: Extinction is Forever Special Edition

This issue is dedicated to all the brave Extinction Rebellion and Stop HS2 activists who took action on the 9th of October, from Euston to Lichfield. We are here to thank them, recap the highlights of this extraordinary day of National Rebellion and remind you of all the ways in which you can keep acting, so that the wonderful momentum of this action does not dwindle.

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HS2 is Not Worth the Cost

On Friday 28 August, activists from Extinction Rebellion and HS2 Rebellion will be holding actions at key locations along the HS2 line to protest the spiralling costs and mourn the ecological destruction caused by the contentious high speed rail project.

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Genocide = Ecocide

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Today is an international day of rebellion and solidarity to sound the alarm on the impact of Covid-19 in indigenous communities across Brazil.

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Water contaminated by HS2 works at Harvil Road

With 2020 looking to be the hottest year on record, and the Public Accounts Committee calling for urgent government action to prevent the UK running out of water in 20 years HS2 must be stopped to mitigate against our impending and current water crisis.

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Young conscientious protector faces prison for defending ancient woodland from destruction by HS2 project

At a hearing listed for this Thursday and Friday, 30th and 31st July, at 10 am at Birmingham High Court, a 22-year-old earth protector Elliott Cuciurean, could be jailed for protecting ancient woodland from destruction by the Government’s High Speed Rail project.

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