Eco-activists blocked British printing houses of several editions

British police arrested about 70 people who on Saturday, September 5, blocked and prevented the work of two printing houses where large British newspapers are printed.

According to Associated Press, the eco-activists set up trucks and blocked the road to the printing houses in Broxborne, north of London. They have set up roadblocks on the roads that hinder the passage of vehicles.

These printing houses are printed by such major British publications as the Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail and Financial Times, as well as The Sun and The Times.

A group of activists said they had decided to disrupt newspapers that “are unable to honestly and accurately report on the environmental situation, and are constantly manipulating the truth in pursuit of personal gain and political agenda.

The demonstration was held on Saturday morning and prevented the distribution of Sabbath newspapers.