It comes after activists blockaded Oxford Circus by scaling bamboo tripods and marched through Westminster, leaving red hand marks on government buildings with chalk spray paint.
The group continue to defy a London-wide ban on its protests amid anger over its disruption of the London Underground yesterday, which saw activists fiercely attacked by commuters.
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Protesters blockade Oxford Circus
Extinction Rebellion protesters have blocked roads around Oxford Circus after putting up tripods on the road.
During its April protests, the group shut down the site for several days after parking a pink boat in the middle of a roundabout.
Extinction Rebellion targets fast fashion on Oxford Street
Extinction Rebellion appears to be targeting the fashion industry in its latest protest.
In a post on Twitter, the group wrote: "Fashion is responsible for more emissions than shippings & aviation combined. 1.5 trillion litres of water go into making clothes."
Arrests soar to more than 1,700
More than 1,700 Extinction Rebellion activists have been arrested since the protests began last Monday, the Metropolitan Police confirmed last night.
Police out in force at Oxford Circus
A large number of police officers have been pictured on the scene at Extinction Rebellion's latest protests in Oxford Circus.
Protesters to spray paint government buildings in Westminster
Extinction Rebellion is planning a “red handed” protest later today that will see activists spray-paint hand prints around Westminster.
The group says it will use washable chalk spray to mark the path of its march from Whitehall Gardens to six government departments.
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Activists hang in tripod in the middle of Oxford Circus
Two protesters are pictured sitting on a tripod in the middle of Oxford Circus. According to some reports, the action was nearly called off in response to criticism over the group's Tube protests yesterday which ended in violence.
Arrests reportedly being made at Oxford Circus
Police are reportedly beginning to arrest activists blocking the road in Oxford Circus.
Five people charged after tube protests
Five people have been charged over Extinction Rebellion's protests on London's Tube network yesterday morning.
Two men and two women have been charged with obstructing a train at Shadwell, British Transport Police said. One man has been charged with breaching bail conditions over the Canning Town protest.
All five are due before magistrates at Highbury Corner for plea and bail hearings later today.
Cherry picker arrives in Oxford Circus to clear protesters
A Cherry picker has reportedly arrived in Oxford Circus to clear the protesters who have climbed on to tripods.
Meanwhile, other activists who have locked on at the site are being removed.
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