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London, UK. 25th November, 2021. Esther Stanford-Xosei of Stop The Maangamizi Campaign addresses climate activists outside the Royal Courts of Justice before an appeal on behalf of Plan B.Earth, Tim Crosland and three young British citizens (Marina Tricks, Adetola Onamade and Jerry Amokwandoh) with family in West Africa and the Americas who claim that their human rights are being breached by the UK government’s failure to act decisively on the climate crisis. The three students have asked for a judicial review of government actions to cut national carbon emissions and have argued that UK government action, or inaction, disregards their rights to life, family life and not be discriminated against under Arts 2, 8 and 14 of the Human Rights Act.
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