Retired GP Diana Warner glued herself to a DLR train at Canary Wharf (Image: Ciaran McGrath)
Extinction rebellion activists have renewed protests on the DLR (Image: @ExtinctionR)
A tweet by the group said: "Rebels have climbed onto a dlr train at #canarywharf holding signs saying ‘business as usual = death’ and ‘don’t jail the canaries’".
Retired GP Diana Warner, who glued herself to the DLR train, prompting the service to be suspended, told Express.co.uk: "Many people understand the seriousness of climate change and what it will mean to us and our children, and our grandchildren.
"The impact is already being felt in other parts of the world.
"The purpose of these protests is to highlight the severity of the situation, not to disrupt people's journeys.
"We want to raise awareness."
The activists staged a series of demonstrations last week