Six Extinction Rebellion activists from Norwich arrested outside Barclays bank
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Six Extinction Rebellion protestors were arrested today after gluing themselves outside the headquarters of Barclays Bank at Canary Wharf.
The activists from Norwich were some of eight in total arrested from the protest group outside the bank in London.
They said they had taken the action at Barclays because the company is "one of the largest investors in fossil fuel companies".
It comes four days after Green Party city councillor Jamie Osborn, 25, was arrested along with four other Norwich activists
Mr Osborn had superglued his hand to a road in London as part of the Extinction Rebellion protests which are due to last two weeks in the capital.
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A specialist team and police took 30 minutes to dissolve the superglue.
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