Just Stop Oil: Video shows protesters fly-posting Exeter's Labour HQ

Video posted by the campaign group on X shows two supporters sticking material to the building’s windows, door, walls and signs

Just Stop Oil campaigners have fly-posted Exeter Labour’s headquarters - and uploaded the footage to social media. The protesters stuck posters and print outs of a letter they had sent to Exeter Labour candidate Steve Race to the building during Monday (March 25).

The letter, sent by the group to Mr Race last week, asked him to commit to leaving the party within six months of them being elected if they fail to revoke Tory oil and gas licences.

Just Stop Oil protesters fly-post Exeter Labour HQ. The protesters stuck posters and print outs of a letter they had sent to parliamentary candidate Steve Race to the building.Just Stop Oil protesters fly-post Exeter Labour HQ. The protesters stuck posters and print outs of a letter they had sent to parliamentary candidate Steve Race to the building.
Just Stop Oil protesters fly-post Exeter Labour HQ. The protesters stuck posters and print outs of a letter they had sent to parliamentary candidate Steve Race to the building.
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One protester said in the video: "Today I’m fly-posting the Labour offices for Exeter. Last week, I delivered a letter to Steve Race asking him to commit to resigning if Labour does not revoke the Tory oil licences within six months of being elected. He refused.

“People are already dying because of the climate crisis. We’re going to see the effects of it here in Exeter, too. We’ve already seen the flooding that started, and the extreme weather events are only going to get worse."

Police officers attended the scene. They spoke with the protesters, but made no arrests.

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