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Clare Lusher Ⓥ 14 Apr 16
Star struck and so grateful to Clive Standen for passionately protesting with today.
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Alys May 21
As I was getting carried out of the today by 4 security guards, another leaned over me and asked me "so how'd you get here today? Walk did you?!" O WELL DONE MATE. YOU'RE RIGHT. GETTING A MINIBUS TO ABERDEEN IS EXACTLY EQUIVALENT TO INVESTING $52 BILLION IN NEW OIL & GAS
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Sophia McNab 17 May 17
BP shareholders just voted through a 3-year pay policy which rewards execs to deliver a strategy geared towards 3C of warming
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Helen Rimmer 21 May 18
Outside in Manchester - hearing from Latin American campaigners - no to fracking in Lancashire, Argentina, or anywhere. No to fossil fuel imperialism!
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Anne-Marie Williams 17 May 17
Excited to be at to ask a question about forecasts for
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Nick Sutton 14 Apr 16
Pretty unusual for the Morning Star and FT to lead on the same story.
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Caroline Rance May 21
I was at today on behalf of our friends (FoE Mozambique) to ask BP why they back a new gas project in Mozambique that's forcing these people - & hundreds of others - off their land, devastating communities & destroying local environment BP didn't want to answer
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Anne-Marie Williams 14 Apr 16
Excited to be asking BP about inconsistency of plan for GAB drill after support for COP21
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Anne-Marie Williams 14 Apr 16
Lyndon Schneiders talking about why we must say no to BP drilling in Great Aust Bight
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jenny dunn 14 Apr 16
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Helen Rimmer 21 May 18
Hearing from Fernando about BP in Argentina - threatening peoples' water, land, human rights - and Fabian about BP's legacy of environmental destruction and abuses in Colombia - never forget, justice now!
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Colette G. St-Onge 21 May 18
Staff expect the biggest upset of the to be the choice to not include wine in the lunch... 🤔
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BP India 19 May 17
Our CEO, Bob Dudley, discusses the move to a lower carbon world at
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Andy Rowell 14 Apr 16
As 60% of shareholders revolt against BP's "Greedy Bob" Dudley, surely its time to revolt about & too.
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ClimateActionScot May 21
Great coverage of our action with today - catch us on BBC news below, or on Sky, STV, the Nine, and loads of local radio.
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Channel 4 News 14 Apr 16
Headhunters are to blame for inflated pay as their fees are based on what the employee earns -
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Platform 21 May 18
"BP colluded in Colombian army violence and benefited from the conflict" - Fabian Laverde, COSPACC
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Helia Ebrahimi 14 Apr 16
Wowzers - big shock: 59.1% BP shareholders have voted against director pay
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Daniel Voskoboynik 17 May 17
At , BP is pushed to add climate change to human rights policy. Chairman is stunned: "that's first time I hear link between the two."
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Ben Cushing May 21
Greetings from Aberdeen, Scotland, where is holding its annual shareholders meeting today. On the way in, a great crowd of people were here to demand BP take real climate action & . Beautiful to see people around the world . ✊
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