Activists are changing with the change climate on a train and attached themselves to the carriage on the third day of protests aimed at "killing London".
The destruction of protesters in the rebellion has blocked traffic on Marble Arch, Waterloo Bridge, Parliament Square and Oxford Circus from Monday.
Wednesday's action ̵
1; which affects the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) train in Canary Wharf – caused minor delays
More than 300 people were arrested this week in protests.
A campaign attached to itself on the railway window was removed about an hour after the start of the DLR strike, at about 10:50 pm BST.
A man and a woman who released a banner and attached themselves to
BTP said three people were arrested for obstructing the railway.
Rebellion Rebellion targets the DLR on Wednesday after protesters have changed their minds about disrupting the Tube network.
Earlier, BTP ordered Transport for London (TfL) to close wi-fi at Tube stations in an attempt to stop protests.
Supt Matt Allingham said that extra officials were responsible throughout the day, adding: "We will not deny any activity that interferes with millions of passengers relying on the use of the London rail network."
The Scotland Yard said the protesters were removed from Waterloo Bridge, adding those who did not follow were arrested.
Most people arrested today are held in connection with violations of public order.
The Met Police said that "contingency plans should be that the custody suites will be filled".
It plans to target the London Underground to "highlight the emergency of ecological collapse" and encourage ministers to meet group members.
On Wednesday morning, the campaign group said: "Today we will cope with an overground line as part of our growing campaign to ask the government to act now in the climate and ecological hazards."
At dawn on the third day of the Rebels, protesters hold all four of their locations. With the police squad, thousands more rebels want to be arrested and hundreds joined every day, the Government is increasingly feeling the pressure. pic.twitter.com/enXhRneecN
Protester and climate lawyer Farhana Yamin, who was arrested Tuesday, earlier told BBC Radio 4 Today's program: "I really want to apologize to people who use public transportation.
" But at the same time we need to take actions that's so disastrous that everyone understands the risks we're facing now. People should understand that we are at a critical moment in our people's history. "
Jace Tyrrell, chief executive of the New West End Company, said the first two days of protest had caused a loss of £ 12m in trade at the West End.
He told BBC Radio London:" The Everyone has the right to peaceful protest. But it really interferes with us. "
In Edinburgh, dozens of people were arrested earlier this week when hundreds of protesters blocked a major road.
Organizers said protests were held in more than 80 cities in 33 countries and wanted to continue "London closing" until April 29.
Waterloo Bridge and Oxford Circus campaigns were ordered to restrict their protests at Marble Arch after causing a nuisance on Monday. That order will continue until 21:10 on Friday.
Joao Verga, who works in a printing company, says that protesters at Oxford Circus have caused disruption to him.
58 years old said: "We are trying to live and we can not do it. We move quickly to this country, it just slows down everything."
Three men and two women, at age 40 and 50, arrested for suspicion of criminal injury at Shell's headquarters in London on Monday, have been removed as inquiries continue.
Most of the other protesters were detained because of the suspicion of violations of public order.
What Is Falling Away?
Since the group was set up last year, members shut down bridges, poured out fake blood pellets out of Downing Street, repealed the BBC and dropped into Parliament.
It has three basic needs: for the government to "tell the truth about climate change", reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2025, and create a citizen & # 39; conference to facilitate progress.
Controversially, the group is trying to get more people arrested until it's possible.
The government said it shared "human affair" to combat climate change and "protect our planet for future generations".
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, the UK said its emissions by 44% since 1990.
A spokesman said: "We asked our independent climate experts for advise on a net zero emission target and set out plans to switch to low emission vehicles and significantly reduce pollution through our Clean Air Strategy. "
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