London, UK. 9th October 2019. Veteran protester, and Extinction Rebellion oldest British activist John Lynes, 91 of St Leonards-on-sea, East Sussex, here seen in Whitehall, Westminster, before his arrest. Credit: Joe Kuis / Alamy News
RF2A3P4FTLondon, UK. 9th October 2019. Veteran protester, and Extinction Rebellion oldest British activist John Lynes, 91 of St Leonards-on-sea, East Sussex, here seen in Whitehall, Westminster, before his arrest. Credit: Joe Kuis / Alamy News
London, UK. 9 October, 2019. John Lynes, a 91-year-old climate activist from Extinction Rebellion is arrested by police officers using Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 after blocking Whitehall on the third day of International Rebellion protests to demand a government declaration of a climate and ecological emergency, a commitment to halting biodiversity loss and net zero carbon emissions by 2025 and for the government to create and be led by the decisions of a Citizens’ Assembly on climate and ecological justice. Credit: Mark Kerrison/Alamy Live News
RM2A3MRG4London, UK. 9 October, 2019. John Lynes, a 91-year-old climate activist from Extinction Rebellion is arrested by police officers using Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 after blocking Whitehall on the third day of International Rebellion protests to demand a government declaration of a climate and ecological emergency, a commitment to halting biodiversity loss and net zero carbon emissions by 2025 and for the government to create and be led by the decisions of a Citizens’ Assembly on climate and ecological justice. Credit: Mark Kerrison/Alamy Live News
Extinction Rebellion activist John Lynes, 91, leaving Folkestone Magistrates' Court where he denied disobeying a police condition during a demonstration as Extinction Rebellion activists sought to blockade the Port of Dover.
RM2A610HXExtinction Rebellion activist John Lynes, 91, leaving Folkestone Magistrates' Court where he denied disobeying a police condition during a demonstration as Extinction Rebellion activists sought to blockade the Port of Dover.
London, UK. 9 October, 2019. John Lynes, a 91-year-old climate activist from Extinction Rebellion is arrested by police officers using Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 after blocking Whitehall on the third day of International Rebellion protests to demand a government declaration of a climate and ecological emergency, a commitment to halting biodiversity loss and net zero carbon emissions by 2025 and for the government to create and be led by the decisions of a Citizens’ Assembly on climate and ecological justice. Credit: Mark Kerrison/Alamy Live News
RM2A3MRGDLondon, UK. 9 October, 2019. John Lynes, a 91-year-old climate activist from Extinction Rebellion is arrested by police officers using Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 after blocking Whitehall on the third day of International Rebellion protests to demand a government declaration of a climate and ecological emergency, a commitment to halting biodiversity loss and net zero carbon emissions by 2025 and for the government to create and be led by the decisions of a Citizens’ Assembly on climate and ecological justice. Credit: Mark Kerrison/Alamy Live News
Extinction Rebellion activist John Lynes, 91, leaving Folkestone Magistrates' Court where he and others appeared for their part in the 'blockade' of the Port of Dover in September. PA Photo. Picture date: Wednesday October 23, 2019. During the demonstration protesters occupied one side of a dual carriageway at the busy Kent trade hub amid a heavy police presence. See PA story COURTS Protests. Photo credit should read: Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
RM2A6129WExtinction Rebellion activist John Lynes, 91, leaving Folkestone Magistrates' Court where he and others appeared for their part in the 'blockade' of the Port of Dover in September. PA Photo. Picture date: Wednesday October 23, 2019. During the demonstration protesters occupied one side of a dual carriageway at the busy Kent trade hub amid a heavy police presence. See PA story COURTS Protests. Photo credit should read: Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
London, UK. 9 October, 2019. John Lynes, a 91-year-old climate activist from Extinction Rebellion is arrested by police officers using Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 after blocking Whitehall on the third day of International Rebellion protests to demand a government declaration of a climate and ecological emergency, a commitment to halting biodiversity loss and net zero carbon emissions by 2025 and for the government to create and be led by the decisions of a Citizens’ Assembly on climate and ecological justice. Credit: Mark Kerrison/Alamy Live News
RM2A3MRFTLondon, UK. 9 October, 2019. John Lynes, a 91-year-old climate activist from Extinction Rebellion is arrested by police officers using Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 after blocking Whitehall on the third day of International Rebellion protests to demand a government declaration of a climate and ecological emergency, a commitment to halting biodiversity loss and net zero carbon emissions by 2025 and for the government to create and be led by the decisions of a Citizens’ Assembly on climate and ecological justice. Credit: Mark Kerrison/Alamy Live News
Extinction Rebellion activist John Lynes, 91, leaving Folkestone Magistrates' Court where he denied disobeying a police condition during a demonstration as Extinction Rebellion activists sought to blockade the Port of Dover.
RM2A610H9Extinction Rebellion activist John Lynes, 91, leaving Folkestone Magistrates' Court where he denied disobeying a police condition during a demonstration as Extinction Rebellion activists sought to blockade the Port of Dover.
London, UK. 9 October, 2019. John Lynes, a 91-year-old climate activist from Extinction Rebellion is arrested by police officers using Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 after blocking Whitehall on the third day of International Rebellion protests to demand a government declaration of a climate and ecological emergency, a commitment to halting biodiversity loss and net zero carbon emissions by 2025 and for the government to create and be led by the decisions of a Citizens’ Assembly on climate and ecological justice. Credit: Mark Kerrison/Alamy Live News
RM2A3MRGALondon, UK. 9 October, 2019. John Lynes, a 91-year-old climate activist from Extinction Rebellion is arrested by police officers using Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 after blocking Whitehall on the third day of International Rebellion protests to demand a government declaration of a climate and ecological emergency, a commitment to halting biodiversity loss and net zero carbon emissions by 2025 and for the government to create and be led by the decisions of a Citizens’ Assembly on climate and ecological justice. Credit: Mark Kerrison/Alamy Live News
Extinction Rebellion activist John Lynes, 91, leaving Folkestone Magistrates' Court where he denied disobeying a police condition during a demonstration as Extinction Rebellion activists sought to blockade the Port of Dover.
RM2A610HGExtinction Rebellion activist John Lynes, 91, leaving Folkestone Magistrates' Court where he denied disobeying a police condition during a demonstration as Extinction Rebellion activists sought to blockade the Port of Dover.
London, UK. 9 October, 2019. John Lynes, a 91-year-old climate activist from Extinction Rebellion is arrested by police officers using Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 after blocking Whitehall on the third day of International Rebellion protests to demand a government declaration of a climate and ecological emergency, a commitment to halting biodiversity loss and net zero carbon emissions by 2025 and for the government to create and be led by the decisions of a Citizens’ Assembly on climate and ecological justice. Credit: Mark Kerrison/Alamy Live News
RM2A3MRG7London, UK. 9 October, 2019. John Lynes, a 91-year-old climate activist from Extinction Rebellion is arrested by police officers using Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 after blocking Whitehall on the third day of International Rebellion protests to demand a government declaration of a climate and ecological emergency, a commitment to halting biodiversity loss and net zero carbon emissions by 2025 and for the government to create and be led by the decisions of a Citizens’ Assembly on climate and ecological justice. Credit: Mark Kerrison/Alamy Live News
Extinction Rebellion activist John Lynes, 91, leaving Folkestone Magistrates' Court where he and others appeared for their part in the 'blockade' of the Port of Dover in September. PA Photo. Picture date: Wednesday October 23, 2019. During the demonstration protesters occupied one side of a dual carriageway at the busy Kent trade hub amid a heavy police presence. See PA story COURTS Protests. Photo credit should read: Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
RM2A6129PExtinction Rebellion activist John Lynes, 91, leaving Folkestone Magistrates' Court where he and others appeared for their part in the 'blockade' of the Port of Dover in September. PA Photo. Picture date: Wednesday October 23, 2019. During the demonstration protesters occupied one side of a dual carriageway at the busy Kent trade hub amid a heavy police presence. See PA story COURTS Protests. Photo credit should read: Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
London, UK. 9 October, 2019. John Lynes, a 91-year-old climate activist from Extinction Rebellion is arrested by police officers using Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 after blocking Whitehall on the third day of International Rebellion protests to demand a government declaration of a climate and ecological emergency, a commitment to halting biodiversity loss and net zero carbon emissions by 2025 and for the government to create and be led by the decisions of a Citizens’ Assembly on climate and ecological justice. Credit: Mark Kerrison/Alamy Live News
RM2A3MRFWLondon, UK. 9 October, 2019. John Lynes, a 91-year-old climate activist from Extinction Rebellion is arrested by police officers using Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986 after blocking Whitehall on the third day of International Rebellion protests to demand a government declaration of a climate and ecological emergency, a commitment to halting biodiversity loss and net zero carbon emissions by 2025 and for the government to create and be led by the decisions of a Citizens’ Assembly on climate and ecological justice. Credit: Mark Kerrison/Alamy Live News