Insulate Britain descend further into shambles with a series of humiliating gaffes
INSULATE Britain descended further into chaos yesterday with a string of gaffes.
First, the eco-protesters began infighting when activist Phillipa Windsor said campaign leader Liam Norton lied to members.
She admitted the group still needed to raise £4,000 to pay for Norton’s building works, after The Sun revealed the self-confessed hypocrite had not bothered to insulate his home in South West London.
But she seemed unaware her Twitter message was open for all to view, saying: “I wouldn’t say this publicly but this has been a PR disaster for us.
“Why did he tell us his house was insulated at the start and it now turns out his is the only one without insulation?”
The road-glue protesters then came unstuck when, seemingly uncaring of the eco-unfriendly emissions, they burnt the injunction against them outside the High Court in London — a stunt passers-by ignored.
In a further humiliation, it emerged another member who threatened to “unleash hell” on Britain is an ex-public schoolboy living mortgage-free in a house his parents bought for him.
David McKenny, 38, has been coaching activists on disruption tactics against families — without having to worry about a mortgage.
The bongo teacher has a £300,000 home in Fulbourn, Cambs, given to him by his parents, who live in a £1million farmhouse in Suffolk.
We revealed yesterday IB’s Cathy Eastburn, 54, is married to a roads boss responsible for traffic flow.
The group has alienated millions of drivers with its motorway blockades.
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