Forty-six Just Stop Oil activists have been charged after disruption in London on Monday, police have said.
The charges include two people who allegedly smashed the glass cover of a painting once famously slashed by a suffragette at the National Gallery, the Metropolitan Police said.
They have been charged with causing criminal damage.
On Monday, police made around 100 arrests in Whitechapel as activists took part in a slow-march, some of which were held around the Cenotaph.
The campaign group was accused of targeting the war memorial – which it strongly denied, saying activists had been moved to its base by police officers after shutting down traffic on the road.
In a statement on Tuesday, police said: “We are removing officers from communities to police these demonstrations. Ultimately, it’s Londoners who are bearing the brunt and cost of their actions.”
The latest charges bring the total number of Just Stop Oil activists charged since 30 October to 98, and 219 arrested.
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