Protesters say the petroleum company is trying to ‘artwash’ its image by sponsoring cultural establishments such as Tate Modern and British Museum

Activists have occupied part of the British Museum, as part of a day of demonstrations against sponsorship of Britain’s cultural institutions by BP.

Hollywood actor Ezra Miller joined members of 15 different groups in the London museum’s Great Court on Sunday, to sing songs and make statements calling for the current deal with the oil firm not to be renewed.

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Source: Guardian Environment