Extinction Rebellion protesters' trial delayed AGAIN after defendant storms out of court

THE trial of six Extinction Rebellion protesters was delayed again yesterday after one defendant stormed out of court.

Sally Davidson, 33, said she would not take part unless she could be next to pal Liam Norton.


The 36-year-old is barred from at­tending after glueing himself to a table on Monday.

Davidson later returned to the courtroom and the hearing continued.

St Albans magistrates’ court heard how the six blocked The Sun’s print plant in Broxbourne, Herts, last September.


The blockade stopped 3.5 million papers reaching readers.

Norton, of Scarborough, North Yorks, and Davidson, from Streatham, South West London, and four others deny obstructing a public highway.

Trial continues.

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