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Earlier this week, a middle-aged Extinction Rebellion activist broke down in tears while defending himself in court against public order charges relating to a protest in London last April. “For 22 years I have been acting... in all aspects of my life, to combat climate change,” sobbed Dr Steve Melia, justifying his rule-breaking. “I realised that this is not enough.” The lecturer had “never even had a parking ticket before.” But the climate “catastrophe” was so grave as to force him to abandon all self-control.

My first thoughts on reading this were: “Spare me the self-pity.” Melia’s punishment: a £500 fine plus costs, was small change compared to the price and inconvenience of bringing the capital...

Earlier this week, a middle-aged Extinction Rebellion activist broke down in tears while defending himself in court against public order charges relating to a protest in London last April. “For 22 years I have been acting... in all aspects of my life, to combat climate change,” sobbed Dr Steve Melia, justifying his rule-breaking. “I realised that this is not enough.” The lecturer had “never even had a parking ticket before.” But the climate “catastrophe” was so grave as to force him to abandon all self-control.

My first thoughts on reading this were: “Spare me the self-pity.” Melia’s punishment: a £500 fine plus costs, was small change compared to the price and inconvenience of bringing the capital...

Earlier this week, a middle-aged Extinction Rebellion activist broke down in tears while defending himself in court against public order charges relating to a protest in London last April. “For 22 years I have been acting... in all aspects of my life, to combat climate change,” sobbed Dr Steve Melia, justifying his rule-breaking. “I realised that this is not enough.” The lecturer had “never even had a parking ticket before.” But the climate “catastrophe” was so grave as to force him to abandon all self-control.

My first thoughts on reading this were: “Spare me the self-pity.” Melia’s punishment: a £500 fine plus costs, was small change compared to the price and inconvenience of bringing the capital...

Earlier this week, a middle-aged Extinction Rebellion activist broke down in tears while defending himself in court against public order charges relating to a protest in London last April. “For 22 years I have been acting... in all aspects of my life, to combat climate change,” sobbed Dr Steve Melia, justifying his rule-breaking. “I realised that this is not enough.” The lecturer had “never even had a parking ticket before.” But the climate “catastrophe” was so grave as to force him to abandon all self-control.

My first thoughts on reading this were: “Spare me the self-pity.” Melia’s punishment: a £500 fine plus costs, was small change compared to the price and inconvenience of bringing the capital...