Climate change protesters have suggested they are finally ready to end their demonstrations after causing chaos in London.
This week's Extinction Rebellion (XR) protests closed key routes through the capital and resulted in at least 750 arrests.
But the group has now called for an 'urgent meeting' with the Metropolitan Police and the Mayor of London in the hope of ending 'the disruption to Londoners'.
Writing on Twitter to the capital's force and Mr Sadiq Khan, the organisation said: 'Can we talk and work out a way forward? We request an urgent meeting so sites can be cleared with consent. Please contact us.
Writing on Twitter to the capital's force and Mr Sadiq Khan, Extinction Rebellion said it wanted to 'talk and work out a way forward'
The group has called for an 'urgent meeting' with the Metropolitan Police (pictured left, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service, Cressida Dick) and the Mayor of London (pictured right) in the hope of ending 'the disruption to Londoners'
'We want to continue our peaceful rebellion against the UK Government but are willing to end the disruption to Londoners.'
MailOnline has contacted Sadiq Khan and the Metropolitan Police for comment.
It follows a week of misery in London, during which hundreds of protesters blocked Oxford Circus, Waterloo Bridge, Parliament Square and Marble Arch, costing businesses tens of millions of pounds.
Meanwhile, the teenager who inspired the climate change school strikes is due to join protesters in London as they enter a seventh day of demonstrations.
Meanwhile, the teenager who inspired the climate change school strikes is due to join protesters in London as they enter a seventh day of demonstrations
Greta Thunberg is expected to address Extinction Rebellion members on Easter Sunday ahead of meeting senior British politicians next week.
The 16-year-old Swedish activist has already met Pope Francis and spoken at the European Parliament.
On Bank Holiday Monday, the group plans to hold a picnic on the Westway and peacefully block the road near Edgware Road underground station.
After fierce criticism of their ‘softly-softly’ tactics, police officers yesterday finally broke-up the Oxford Circus protest site.
Dame Emma Thompson (pictured above) also joined in with the protests in Oxford Circus this week
The group Extinction Rebellion called for a week