Just Stop Oil is taking the struggle to the UK government through its sustained campaign of civil resistance and material disruption, hitting key oil refineries and depots in Essex, Birmingham, Tamworth and Hemel Hempstead with roof occupations, tanker surfing, lock-ons and roadblocks.

By adopting a similar modus operandi to Insulate Britain, the student-activist-led coalition has returned again and again to sites like Purfleet and Grays by the docks in Essex, starting on the day the energy price cap came into effect at the beginning of April this year. The aim is to get the government to ...


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