Climate change activists block road at Tower Bridge

Climate change activists have again blocked a major London bridge.

Activists from the Extinction Rebellion group blocked motorists on the road leading to Tower Bridge this morning (November 21).

The huddle of climate change awareness supporters used swarming techniques to block off the road from traffic.

Disgruntled drivers can be seen maneuvering around the group who were waving signs that read "Sorry, we won't be long."

Rosie Lee, a grandmother who hails from Barnet in north London, said: "The world needs a zero carbon footprint by 2025."

The demonstrators quickly dispersed as units from the Metropolitan Police and City of London Police force arrived.

On Saturday scores of climate change activists were arrested as they tried to block bridges in London.