Anti-fracking activists glue themselves to door of Bell Pottinger offices

Anti-fracking activists have today superglued themselves to the door of Bell Pottinger’s offices in High Holburn, as part of a protest against the agency’s client, energy company Cuadrilla.Six protesters glued themselves to the doors this morning, while another climbed the building and unveiled a sign which read ‘Bell Pottinger - fracking liars’.The protesters were unglued at about 2pm this afternoon.Bell Pottinger had not replied to a request for comment at time of writing.

Protests have also been taking place at Cuadrilla offices and at the offices of Balcombe MP and Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude.MP Caroline Lucas, leader of the Green Party, has been arrested at the anti-fracking protest.

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