Climate activists have come together to mark the end of the protests, which led to eleven days of interruption throughout London.
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On the last day of action, demonstrators blocked streets, climbed in one go and stuck together in London Circle.
Hundreds of people met in Hyde Park for the "Closing Ceremony".
The activists sat in the meadow next to the Speaker's Corner – widely regarded as London's home of free speech – sing and listen to musicians.
Transport for London said that all roads around the Marble Arch are open.
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Skeena Rathor of Extinction Rebellion welcomed the "rebels" to the ceremony and described the crowd as "beautiful beings". She added, "This is our pause ceremony.
" Welcome to the beginning of our break.
She invited viewers to "begin a reflection process," adding, "Thank you for what you did this week. It is enormous. There is no talk anymore.
The crowd cheered and clapped as a spokesman said during the days of the blockades "the police were amazing".
"We will leave the physical places, but in the world a truth-clarification room has been opened," the organizers said on their Facebook page.
"We want to thank the people of London for opening their hearts and demonstrating their willingness to respond to this truth.
" We know that we have destroyed your life. We do not do it easy. We only do that because this is an emergency. "
The eradication of the rebellion urges the government to "tell the truth" about the extent of the climate crisis. It wants the United Kingdom to reduce CO2 emissions to a net zero by 2025 and set up a Citizens' Assembly to monitor the necessary changes to achieve this.
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On Thursday, 26 people were arrested on suspicion of serious violations of the Stock Exchange and on Fleet Street. The total number of arrests rose to 1,130 since the protest on April 15, Met Police said.
Four people stood on a Docklands Light train (DLR), while another stuck to a train.
Five people were arrested on suspicion of obstruction of the railway, said British Transport Police.
Dame Emma Thompson, who joined the activists on Saturday, defended the flight from Los Angeles to London to attend.
The actress said that "it's very difficult to do my job without occasionally flying," but she was "in a very fortunate position to offset my carbon footprint."