Two anti-nuclear protesters appear in court

Two anti-nuclear protestors have appeared in Plymouth Magistrates court this morning. Nicola Clark and Theo Simon allegedly chained themselves to a car outside the entrance to Devonport Naval Base in Plymouth during a protest last July.

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Anti-nuclear protesters cleared of all charges

Two anti-nuclear protesters who chained themselves to a car outside the entrance to Devonport Naval Base have been cleared of all charges.

They blocked it for several hours, causing widespread traffic disruption last July.

John Andrews reports:

Two anti-nuclear protesters appear in court

Nicola Clark and Theo Simon allegedly chained themselves to a car outside the entrance to Devonport Naval Base in Plymouth Credit: ITV News

Two anti-nuclear protestors have appeared in Plymouth Magistrates court this morning

Nicola Clark and Theo Simon allegedly chained themselves to a car outside the entrance to Devonport Naval Base in Plymouth during a protest last July.

They were were arrested for aggravated trespass . The protest caused huge traffic jams in the area.

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Devonport anti-nuclear protesters due in court

The protest outside Devonport last July. Credit: ITV News West Country

Two anti-nuclear protesters who allegedly chained themselves to a car outside the entrance to Devonport Naval Base in Plymouth will appear before Magistrates.

Nicola Clark and Theo Simon were arrested for aggravated trespass during a protest last July. The protest caused huge traffic jams in the area.

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