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Angry drivers played the bagpipes in Insulate Britain activists' faces and threatened to run them over today while others threw ink at them and confronted police as the eco mob returned to London's roads in rush hour. The campaigners split their action across two sides of the capital today, with one group sitting on the A40 in North Acton, West London, and others blocking a major roundabout next to the Dartford Crossing on the M25 in Kent. Some 17 people were arrested by the Metropolitan Police in London, while Kent Police arrested 32. The demonstrations lasted about two hours - having both began at about 8am. The A40 was reopened by 10am, while one lane in Dartford was open by 10.30am. The protesters have brought chaos to motorways and A roads in the capital since mid-September with 146 people taking part in the campaign and 739 arrests made so far - but no one has yet been charged. The activists were effectively banned from all major roads in England on Monday after a landmark High Court ruling. In Dartford this morning, police held some of the drivers back and warned they could be arrested for assault if they touched the activists. One irate motorist was heard on Sky News telling an officer: 'I'll get the lorry down here and I'll run over them, I promise you, just saying. Drag them out the f***ing way mate, will you?' Meanwhile another driver got out a set of bagpipes and played them in the faces of protesters until police stopped him.
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