Brits including Oxford's Phil Ball have finally returned to the UK this afternoon after being detained in Russia following Greenpeace protests.
Greenpeace have sent us this video of the activists returning home to the UK at St Pancras station.
Phil: "Been away so long I hardly knew the place, gee it's good to be back home." #Arctic30
The Greenpeace activists involved in the Arctic protest have finally returned to the UK today, including Chipping Norton's Phil Ball.
Alex: "It was a weird experience walking into St Pancras with flashbulbs going off & people calling my name. I was blind for half of it!"
Alex, Iain, Anthony, Phil & Kieron, safely back in the UK http://t.co/7dC26KFbY3
Five of the six British people detained over a Greenpeace protest against oil drilling in the Arctic have arrived back in London.
Alex Harris, Anthony Perrett, Phil Ball, Kieron Bryan and Iain Rogers arrived back at St Pancras train station from Paris.
Five of the six British people arrested over a Greenpeace protest against oil drilling in the Arctic have arrived at London's St Pancras Station, after spending nearly four months in Russian jail.
A sixth Briton, activist Frank Hewetson, has also been released and is travelling to another country.
Alexandra Harris, Anthony Perrett, Phil Ball, Kieron Bryan and Iain Rogers left St Petersburg today travelled from Paris by Eurostar this afternoon to meet their families in London.
One of the five Britons due back in the UK today after being detained in Russia for nearly four months says she is experiencing mixed emotions after her release.
Alexandra Harris, Anthony Perrett, Phil Ball, Kieron Bryan and Iain Rogers left St Petersburg today after being held in Russia over a Greenpeace protest against oil drilling in the Arctic in September.
Harris, 27, said while she was very relieved to be going home, she would miss other members of the Arctic 30 as they have become an "extended family".
Phil Ball is among the Greenpeace activists who have finally been allowed to leave Russia and are on their way to the UK.