More than 30 people have been charged following a Just Stop Oil protest in Westminster.
The Metropolitan Police said 31 people had been charged on Tuesday after activists caused disruption in Parliament Square on Monday.
It added that 14 were remanded in custody and 17 had been bailed to court.
Demonstrators lay on the floor of every corner of the square on Monday after marching around in orange jackets.
Many of the protesters were then handcuffed by police after refusing to move.
The Met said 61 arrests were made at the demonstration under section seven of the Public Order Act.
This allows officers to make an arrest if a protester "disproportionately interferes with road transport infrastructure".