Police have removed climate campaigners blockading the research centre operated by Schlumberger oil service company in Cambridge.
Members of Extinction Rebellion (XR) blocked the entrance yesterday with a boat, fake oil rig and metal tripods. They also built a self-supporting Da Vinci arch.
Today, officers used a scaffolding platform to release the protesters and made arrests.
Three people have been arrested. This evening, everyone has now left the site.
XR Cambridge and XR Youth Cambridge had planned to prevent vehicles entering the Gould Research Centre for a week as part of their ongoing Schlumberger Out campaign.
The groups are calling on the University of Cambridge, which hosts the research centre, to cut all links with Schlumberger. They also want the company to leave Cambridge and stop profiting from the fossil fuel industry. More details