1. Heathrow sets new record for busiest day  Andover Advertiser
  2. Police warn Heathrow activists against Friday drone disruption plan  The Guardian
  3. Police confident Heathrow climate protest will not bring chaos  Reuters
  4. Heathrow drone protest: Police 'will prevent' disruption  BBC News
  5. Extinction Rebellion to blockade Dover port later this month  The Independent
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As climate change activists prepare to try to shut down Britain’s busiest airport on Friday 13 September, Extinction Rebellion has announced plans to blockade the UK’s leading port, Dover, eight days later. Members of the Heathrow Pause group are planning to fly drones within the 5km exclusion zone around the airport and hope to force the closure of the airport.As climate change activists prepare to try to shut down Britain’s busiest airport on Friday 13 September, Extinction Rebellion has announced plans to blockade the UK’s leading port, Dover, eight days

Extinction Rebellion to blockade Dover port later this month | The Independent

Climate change activist group Heathrow Pause says it will fly the devices at Heathrow on Friday.Climate change activist group Heathrow Pause says it will fly the devices at Heathrow on Friday.

Heathrow drone protest: Police 'will prevent' disruption - BBC News

British police said they were confident an attempt by climate change activists to disrupt London's Heathrow airport with toy drones from Friday would not lead to a repeat of the chaos seen at Gatwick last December.British police said they were confident an attempt by climate change activists t...

Police confident Heathrow climate protest will not bring chaos - Reuters

British police said they were confident an attempt by climate change activists to disrupt London's Heathrow airport with toy drones from Friday would not lead to a repeat of the chaos seen at Gatwick last December.British police said they were confident an attempt by climate change activists to disrupt London's Heathrow airport with toy drones from Friday would not lead to a repeat of the chaos seen at Gatwick last December.

Police confident Heathrow climate protest will not bring chaos | Article [AMP] | Reuters

More than 260,000 passengers flew to or from the airport on August 4.More than 260,000 passengers flew to or from the airport on August 4.

Heathrow sets new record for busiest day | Andover Advertiser

Heathrow protesters could find themselves facing life in jail if they are found to be endangering the lives of passengersHeathrow protesters could find themselves facing life in jail if they are found to be endangering the lives of passengers

Police warning as Heathrow faces drone attack lockdown this Friday - Daily Star

LONDON: British police said they were confident an attempt by climate change activists to disrupt London's Heathrow airport with toy drones from ...LONDON: British police said they were confident an attempt by climate change activists to disrupt London's Heathrow airport with toy drones from ...

UK police confident Heathrow climate protest will not bring chaos - CNA

Extinction Rebellion plans to 'block two of the primary exit roads' at the Port of Dover on Saturday September 21, eight days after protestors aim to shutdown Heathrow with drones.Extinction Rebellion plans to 'block two of the primary exit roads' at the Port of Dover on Saturday September 21, eight days after protestors aim to shutdown Heathrow with drones.

Extinction Rebellion vows to blockade Britain's leading port of Dover | Daily Mail Online

More than 260,000 passengers flew to or from the airport on August 4.More than 260,000 passengers flew to or from the airport on August 4.

Heathrow Airport sets new record for busiest day