Climate-change protesters say they will target London's Heathrow Airport

Climate change protesters are demanding a meeting with the Government

Climate change protesters are demanding a meeting with the Government Credit DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS AFP

Three protesters who disrupted a light railway system when they glued themselves to trains on Wednesday have been charged with public disorder offenses and appeared in court on Thursday.

Extinction Rebellion - which has been responsible for severe traffic and public transport delays in London this month - said they will "raise the bar" at Heathrow Airport today.

London's police force said it had cancelled some officers' leave and was calling in assistance from other forces to deal with protesters who were causing unacceptable disruption.

The planned action at the airport comes at the end of a week of demonstrations that has seen major London roads closed to traffic and more than 400 people arrested across the capital. Between 15 and 20 people, many of them aged under 17, unfurled a banner on the pavement outside the transport hub reading "are we the last generation" on Friday morning.

This number will increase for the long bank holiday weekend, and protests could prevent families reuniting for an Easter break.

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All roads remained open during the demonstration, which is part of a two-week campaign that began in central London on Monday.

A Heathrow spokesperson also said that the administration was working with the authorities to address the threat.

Waterloo Bridge has now been blocked by demonstrators for five days.

She said she was unable to be at the first day of the protest because she was "away" with her husband as she turned 60.

"I expect the police to take a firm stance and use the full force of the law", he wrote on Twitter.

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"We are going to shut down Heathrow", the message said.

Ms Wright who arrived in London on Monday, after cycling to the capital with the Rebel Riders said although the experience of being arrested had been "quite scary" the police had been "great".

The people charged are Cathy Eastburn, 51, from Lambeth, south London; Mark Ovland, 35 of Somerton, Somerset; and Luke Watson, 29, of Manuden, Essex.

XR has pledged to continue causing disruption until its demands are met.

The grassroots movement has three aims: to get governments to declare a "climate emergency;" to eliminate net greenhouse gas emissions by 2025; and to have citizens' assemblies lead the government on climate and ecological justice.

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