Insulate Britain will not return to the roads in its current form, a member of the group jailed for blocking the M25 has said.
Student Louis McKechnie, who was released from prison on New Years’ Eve, instead suggested the group will be employing different tactics this year.
“I’m not sure we’ll be returning to the roads as Insulate Britain. However, there will be something new on the cards,” McKechnie told The Big Issue.
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But McKechnie, 21, would not reveal further details on what is coming next for the group, simply saying: “There will be a wide range of tactics at play. But I’m not here to talk about what’s coming next.”
Insulate Britain blocked roads throughout the autumn to demand the government insulate homes – a demand its members say will save thousands of lives a year if met.
McKechnie was among nine of the group’s activists jailed in November for breaking an injunction by blocking the M25.