Extinction Rebellion means "pausing" the protests that had led to widespread disruption throughout London's London for seven days.
The group said it was "a new phase of rebellion" to achieve "political goals."
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Hundreds of officers from other forces were sent to London to help the Metropolitan Police.
Extinction's rebellion hopes to negotiate with police The Mayor of London and the Met about continuing his demonstrations at Old Palace Yard in Westminster and leaving other sites.
Farhana Yamin of the group said that the protests could be "paused", showing that it was an "organized and long" temporal political force to be reckoned with. "
" Today is a transition from the first It focused on visual action but also caused mass disruptions in many dimensions, "she said." Week 19659007 marks a new phase of r The debate focused on negotiations that shifted focus to our real political demands . "
The Oxford Circus was reopened for traffic after the officers evacuated the demonstrators, but they continued to occupy the Waterloo Bridge and Parliament Square.
Activists clinging to the roof of a truck on Waterloo Bridge were removed and the truck was evacuated early.
Commissioner Cressida Dick said she had never experienced anything like this in her career.
She said, "I've been a policeman for 36 years – I've never had surgery, a single operation, over 700 people were arrested."
Ms. Dick added that she was grateful for the help of hundreds of police officers who had been drafted by several armed forces, including the neighboring City of London Police.
Officers from Kent, Sussex, Essex, Hampshire and Greater Manchester have also been dispatched
The police have tried to limit the protests to Marble Arch, but the protesters have ignored the threat of arrest and continue to cross the streets Capital blocked.
Teenager activist Greta Thunberg is expected to turn to the Rebellion Rebellion members at Marble Arch later this week before meeting leading British politicians next week.
The mayor of London Sadiq Khan said the protests were "counterproductive" to London and "more than 9,000 officers" responded to the demonstrations.
He said: "London I have experienced too many disruptions, and the police operation has been extremely difficult for our overly crowded and understaffed police."
"I am very concerned about the effects of police protests have to do with our ability Fighting problems like violent crime if they last longer. It's just not right to jeopardize the safety of Londoners this way.
"My message to all protesters today is clear: you must leave London as usual."
What is Extinction Rebellion?
Since the group's founding last year, members have closed bridges, poured buckets of counterfeit blood outside Downing Street, blocked the BBC, and withdrew half-naked in Parliament.
It has three core demands: The government must "tell the truth about climate change"; to reduce CO2 emissions to zero by 2025; and to create a citizens' assembly that monitors progress.
Controversial, the group tries to arrest as many people as possible.
But critics say they cause unnecessary disruption and waste police time when the forces are already overburdened. 19659045]