Noose tightens on Insulate Britain as second police force asks for angry motorists to come forward to help put the eco-zealots in jail

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  • Insulate Britain blocked many roads with its activist antics
  • Now Surrey Police is focusing on how to collect evidence on them
  • They want to talk to someone who has felt a serious impact from blocked roads

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A second police force has called on motorists whose lives were seriously affected by Insulate Britain.

Surrey Police is making a case against protesters who targeted several junctions of the M25 and M3 on 13, 15, 17 and 21 September.

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It will help the Crown Prosecution Service – with which the force is in constant talks – to prove the impact of activists on people’s daily lives.

Essex Police said they wanted to speak to people who could not attend medical appointments, missed planned work or anything important due to motorway chaos.

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Surrey Police is making a case against protesters who targeted several junctions of the M25 and M3 on 13, 15, 17 and 21 September.

Essex Police said they wanted to speak to people who could not attend medical appointments, missed anything important due to planned work or motorway chaos

Essex Police said they wanted to speak to people who could not attend medical appointments, missed anything important due to planned work or motorway chaos

The most recent activity in Surrey resulted in 38 people being arrested, it was reported that protesters were descending the hard shoulder to the embankment between J9 and 10 on the M25 at 7.57am on 21 September.

Officers were on the scene within three minutes of protesters making their way onto the carriageway, both counterclockwise and clockwise, of the motorway.

Earlier protests at J6 and 14 of the M25 on 13 September, J8 and 10 on 15 September, J9 of the M25 and J1 of the M3 on 17 September resulted in far more disruption, with many motorists staying for several hours. and diversion is imposed.

During four days of activity on the streets of Surrey, protesters were arrested on suspicion of a wide range of offenses including criminal damage, posing a danger to road users, intentionally obstructing the highway and causing public nuisance.

This is the moment vehicles are forced to break on the M25 as protesters make their way across the carriageway

This is the moment vehicles are forced to break on the M25 as protesters make their way across the carriageway

More than 30 protesters were seen running in moving traffic near Woking.  There were groups on either side of the eight-lane motorway

More than 30 protesters were seen running in moving traffic near Woking. There were groups on either side of the eight-lane motorway

Provisional Detective Sergeant Steven Cassidy, who is part of the investigation team, said: ‘We look forward to being able to present the full picture of evidence to the Crown Prosecution Service so that we can reflect on the gravity of the situation and seek Prosecute the most appropriate offences.

‘Therefore, we are appealing for help to anyone who may have had a serious personal impact as a result of the disruption.

‘However, please come forward only if you have been seriously affected.

‘You also have to be prepared to provide us with a statement and then go to court to give your evidence for any trial – this could mean in court more than once because we may have a situation where we Running a number of tests.

‘I must reiterate that the impact needs to be serious – it can’t be that it was uncomfortable.’

He said: ‘My team continues to work tirelessly to gather evidence to bring the law breaker to justice.

‘This involves scouring multiple social media posts to find the heartbreaking stories of people who were seriously affected by these protests.

‘If that was you, and you haven’t come forward already, please do so – we’d really like to hear from you.’

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