Commenting, one donor called Meg wrote: “Thank you for your phenomenal bravery and sacrifice. Your actions were right and necessary and history will be on your side.”
On the fundraising page, Rock wrote: “Anything extra raised will go to helping any of the others also imprisoned if they need it.”
Rock added: “I’m so proud of my brave brother for standing up for the most vulnerable in society and trying to instigate some kind of change. If you can help out with any kind of donation we would be so grateful.”
The 9 #InsulateBritain supporters were convicted of contempt of court for breaking the National Highways’ M25 injun… https://t.co/EwE0q927tS
The other eight who have also been jailed are Ana Heyatawin, Louis McKechnie, Ben Buse, Roman Paluch-Machnik, Emma Smart, Tim Speers, James Thomas, and Ben Taylor with sentences ranging between three months to six months.
@LBC BREAKING: Nine Insulate Britain activists are being jailed immediately for breach of an Injunction, barring t… https://t.co/m8o9D59O74
Emma Smart, who received a four-month sentence, began a hunger strike at HMP Bronzefield after being sentenced on 17 November.
Insulate Britain shared a message from her on Monday, in which she said she will continue with her strike “until the government issues a meaningful statement to get on with the job of insulating Britain’s leaky homes.”
HUNGER STRIKE AT HMP BRONZEFIELD WILL CONTINUE UNTIL BORIS AGREES TO INSULATE BRITAIN
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Insulate Britain began a wave of protests in September, blocking the M25, other roads in London including around Parliament, Lambeth Bridge, Vauxhall Bride, roads in Birmingham and Manchester, and near the Port of Dover in Kent.