Last night police cleared the centre of Oxford Circus of protesters and had to dismantle a pink ship placed by groups.
Extinction Rebellion, the environmental activism group behind the protests that have ground parts of London to a halt over the last week, has declared its intention to "pause" its rebellion.
Police set up a wide cordon around the junction of Oxford Street and Regent Street with crowds of people watching the operation, chanting "we have more ships".
On Sunday, teenage activist Greta Thunberg told the rally in Marble Arch that they were "making a difference".
For almost a week, activists have taken over London landmarks protesting the British government's policies on the environment. "Lots of people have had miserable disruption to their lives", Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick told Sky News.
Protestors hold their hands glued together at Oxford Circus in London, Friday, April 19, 2019.
"Every day we have had over 1,000 officers - and now over 1,500 officers - working to police these protests", she said.
XR tweeted that the movement was "peaceful and non violent", adding: "We face a climate and ecological emergency".
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The Metropolitan Police said it had "strong plans" to deploy a "significant number" of officers to Heathrow and take "firm action" if needed.
"They are dealing with very, very passive people, probably quite nice people, who don't want confrontation whatsoever with the police or anyone else but are breaking the law".
So far, the protests are estimated to have cost more than 12 million pounds to businesses in London's West End, with some seeing a 25 per cent drop in sales.
He said protesters could "expect a robust police response".
"The sufferers will be the communities in the local boroughs where officers are being taken from the community areas and the funding and money has to be found to deal with what we are doing". However, police were called to the scene of a stabbing in the park, which took place minutes after the ceremonial blaze-up at 4.20 pm. Stop your unlawful protests.
The group has pledged to continue causing disruption until its demands are met.
A total of 1,065 people have been arrested and 53 have been charged for various offences including breach of Section 14 Notice of the Public Order Act 1986, obstructing a highway and obstructing police.