Hundreds of Leeds children join global school strikes demanding action on climate change
Hundreds of children took to the streets of Leeds today as part of worldwide school strikes demanding politicians take urgent action on climate change.
Primary and secondary school children, along with university students and parents, gathered outside Leeds Town Hall from around 11am before marching through the city centre chanting and waving homemade placards.
Leeds had one of the largest walkouts taking place in more than 100 towns and cities across the UK, with 2,000 similar protests taking place in more than 120 countries.
The global day of action has been inspired by teenager Greta... read more
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