Fuel protest leader profiled
FARMER Brynle Williams, who led fuel tax protesters at Stanlow oil refinery in Cheshire earlier this month, is the subject of a major interview in The Times.
In a three-page feature Mr Williams, of Cilcain, North Wales, insists he has no wish to threaten the Prime Minister, despite protesters 60-day deadline for action.
He says he gave his word on 60 days and had no plans to break that by going to London to pressurise Tony Blair.
- Fuel protests – news update, FWi, 20 September 2000
- The Times 2 26/09/2000 page 3,4 and 5