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BREAKING: landed with £80,000 fine over the attempt to block a oil rig from drilling for new oil in the North Sea in June 2019. We stand by our reasons for taking action to stop BP’s reckless drilling, which is driving us deeper into the .
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Elisa B Jul 3
Replying to @GreenpeaceUK @bp_plc
How do we donate ?
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Greenpeace UK Jul 6
Replying to @manxelisa
Thank you so much for your support! You can chip in here >> we're very grateful to have this support to continue the urgent work needed to protect climate and nature. It's esp. difficult at a time when so many charities are facing funding difficulties 💚
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Ronald van Zon Jul 3
Replying to @GreenpeaceUK @bp_plc
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Flat Cap Jul 3
Replying to @GreenpeaceUK @bp_plc
You're an inspirational team. Thanks for all you do.
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pauline st.denis Jul 3
do it and we’ll keep donating
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mattia Jul 3
Replying to @GreenpeaceUK @bp_plc
Just made a £100 donation to help you pay this -- it's that should be fined!
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Greenpeace UK Jul 6
Replying to @mattilondon @bp_plc
Thanks so much for your amazing support 😍 it's really good to have you with us 💚 We'll always stand up in court to defend our actions to protect climate and nature ✊ Greenpeace will also continue this fight in the courts and seek to get BP’s permit completely quashed 👍
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Michael Heaney Jul 4
Replying to @GreenpeaceUK @bp_plc
To charter a drilling rig costs about $200,000 per day. Greenpeace got a bargain rate if all they pay is £80,000.
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Phil C Jul 4
Replying to @GreenpeaceUK @bp_plc
Spot the difference: one organisation is acting lawfully and creating energy security, dividends for pensions, and jobs. A second organisation is breaking the law, putting people at risk, and was fined.
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