Vivienne Westwood drives tank to David Cameron's home in fracking protest

Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood has driven a tank to David Cameron's constituency home in a protest over fracking.

The 74-year-old perched atop of the huge white tank as it arrived outside the Prime Minister's home in Dean, Oxfordshire.

But Mr Cameron was not home at the time - he was busy causing a backlash in Leeds after claiming people from Yorkshire "hated each other".

According to Westwood, the Government has fired shots at its own people by pushing through 27 fracking licenses in northern England and the Midlands.

Police said they were working to minimise disruption and advised people to avoid the area.

The group of anti-fracking protesters on their way to protest outside the Prime Minister's home. Credit: PA