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(BBC) Extinction Rebellion activists took over part of the Natural History Museum as the climate change protest entered its second week.
About 100 people lay down under the blue whale skeleton at about 14:15 BST.
It comes as more than 1,000 people have been arrested since the protests began in central London a week ago.
The climate change group are now based in Marble Arch, after police moved protesters from Oxford Street, Waterloo Bridge and Parliament Square.
Full article, with some cool pictures, here.
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