300 Arrests as Extinction Rebellion glue themselves to the DLR

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300 Arrests as Extinction Rebellion glue themselves to the DLR

Londoners have faced a third day of disruption, as climate change protestors continue to block roads and bring transport routes to a halt.

More than 300 arrests have now been made since Monday.

The DLR was stopped earlier after two people climbed onto the roof,  and another man glued himslef to the train.

Elsewhere Oxford circus, Westminster and Waterloo Bridge have remained closed, as businesses leaders say the protests have cost firms millions in lost sales.

Eleanor Cunningham has a round up of the latest events. 

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