Climate protests continued in London for a fourth day, with activists threatening to escalate their tactics if their demands are not met.
Londoners face a fourth day of disruption as environmental protesters vow to maintain roadblocks across the capital despite nearly 400 arrests.
Michael Gove has told environmental protesters “we’ve got the message” as campaigners vow the disruption in London will continue for weeks.
Environmental protesters have vowed the disruption in London will continue for weeks as activists chained themselves to Jeremy Corbyn’s garden fence.
Campaigners who climbed on top of a train and glued themselves to the roof have been arrested as the third day of climate change protests, which have caused serious disruption in London, continued.
Climate protesters have climbed on top of a train in a busy financial district and glued themselves to the roof.
Wi-Fi at Tube stations has been disabled in a bid to stop campaigners intent on disrupting services co-ordinating their protest.
Campaigners are planning to disrupt Tube services as part of a series of climate change protests which have led to nearly 300 people being arrested in the capital.
More than 200 people have been arrested during a second day of climate protests which have caused serious disruption in London.
Extinction Rebellion has emerged as the premier protest movement for climate change activists.
Major roads in central London have been blocked for a second day by climate change protests, which have seen more than 120 people arrested.