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Image caption Police began moving campaigners from Waterloo Bridge in the early hours of Tuesday

More than 100 climate change activists have been arrested after blocking roads in central London.

Extinction Rebellion campaigners were ordered by the Met to confine their protest to Marble Arch after causing widespread disruption on Monday.

But activists camped overnight to ensure blockades continued at Waterloo Bridge, Millbank and Oxford Circus.

Among a total of 113 arrests, five people were detained on suspicion of criminal damage at Shell’s HQ.

Transport for London warned bus users that routes would “remain on diversion / curtailment in central London due to on-going protest which are blocking roads”.

The majority of others arrested were detained on suspicion of public order offences.

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Image caption An order has restricted protesters to gathering in the area around Marble Arch.
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Image caption Police officers said they would make arrests under the Public Order Act if people did not move on when asked to do so
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Image caption Potted plants and graffiti remained at Waterloo Bridge overnight

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