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‘I’d earn more on dole’: fuel price protesters block UK motorways

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Convoys of protesters demonstrating against high fuel prices are causing delays and disruption to parts of the motorway system in the UK.
3 months ago·Telford, United Kingdom

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The GuardianThe Guardian

Fuel price protesters block motorways across parts of England and south Wales

M4 between Bristol area and south Wales among roads targeted by go-slow convoys

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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The IndependentThe Independent

Police urge drivers to stay at home as fuel price protests to block major roads

Demonstrators ‘have reached the end of their tethers’ as prices at pump hit record new highs

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Daily MirrorDaily Mirror

M4 closed as fuel protesters arrested and fed-up drivers play football

Fuel Price Stand Against Tax protesters have brought UK motorways including the M4, M5 and M54 to a halt by intentionally driving slowly while demanding action against the skyrocketing price of fuel

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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The TelegraphThe Telegraph

Go-slow fuel protesters block motorways across Britain bringing rush hour chaos

Protesters have created a rolling blockade along the M4, with similar demonstrations planned in Yorkshire and Essex

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Metro NewsMetro News

M4 brought to 'standstill' by fuel protesters targeting rush hour traffic

Organisers are expected to block the Prince of Wales Bridge, while disruption is also possible in Essex and Gloucestershire.

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Sky NewsSky News

Fuel price protesters bring parts of motorways to standstill as police 'aware' of driving offences

Demonstrations took place on the M4 at the border between England and Wales, and on the M5. Groups of motorists took part in "slow downs" where they occupied all three lanes and dropped their speed to back up traffic behind them.

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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