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Smash EDO chain and super-glue themselves to factory in war protest
Campaigners have chained and super-glued themselves to the the gates of a Brighton arms factory on the tenth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq.
A group of activists arrived at the EDO MBM factory at 6am and three of them affixed themselves to the gates using a bicycle lock and superglue.
The action was held to mark the tenth anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq war in 2003.
Andrew Beckett, of Smash EDO, said: “We are here to commemorate those who died in the aerial bombardment of Iraq and to resist EDO.”
Sussex Police are due to comment shortly.
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