Plastic beads in facewash 'can even end up in the seafood on our plate,' says Greenpeace
The campaign group has attacked the 'lies' of the EU referendum campaign
Protesters climb the museum's neo-classical columns and unfurl banners, to highlight "stunning irony" of the oil giant's support for 'Sunken Cities' exhibition
Moody's has downgraded EDF debt because of Hinkley Point
Police have made multiple arrests as dust and gas masks appeared across on statues across the capital
The Democrat has so far not signed the same pledge as Sanders not to accept money from oil and gas companies
The station near Knottingley in Yorkshire employed around 400 workers
Melting ice means industrial-scale vessels are able to venture much further north in search of catches
Dramatic footage of burning forests and peatlands surrounding Gunung Palung National Park on the island of Borneo has been released
After promising its customers to make all its tuna sustainable by 2016, John West has only reached a disappointing 2 per cent, according to Greenpeace.
The project has involved billions of pounds' investment
The first of 30 Greenpeace activists arrested after a protest over Arctic oil drilling has left Russia, the environmental group said on Thursday, with all expected to get clearance to leave Russia by Friday.
Gunners' supporters were encouraged to use the organised buses after previous trouble with Napoli's 'Ultras' supporters but late departure meant hundreds missed kick-off at the Stadio San Paolo
Russia’s Supreme Court has said the ruling that jailed the feminist punk group Pussy Riot was illegal and their case should be heard again.
Mr Perrett and Bryan have now been moved to an undisclosed location after a St Petersburg court granted their release
Seven more Greenpeace activists arrested by the Russian authorities in a protest against drilling in the Arctic have been granted bail, including two Britons - Frank Hewetson from London and Iain Rogers from Exeter.