Fifteen climate change protesters who allegedly blocked a motorway leading to Heathrow Airport have been charged.
They have been charged with wilful obstruction of the highway after the protest on the M4 on Saturday.
The disruption, organised by campaign group RisingUp!, was against the government’s decision to approve a third runway at the west London airport.
The 15 people who have been charged are:
Isabelle Anderson, 30, of Stratford, east London
Simon Bramwell, 44, of Stroud, Gloucestershire
Ian Bray, 49, of Kirklees, West Yorkshire
Graham Lewis, 53, of Wells, Somerset
Thomas Harford, 26, of Bristol, Avon
Sibi Moore, 21, of Sidmouth, Devon
Madeleine Allis-Petersen, 24, of Ealing, west London
Margaret Charnley, 67, of Bristol, Avon
Antoine Thalmann, 25, of Oxford
Henry Owen, 24, of Oxford
Joanne Louise Bodimeade, 28, of Lambeth, south London
Alexis Delage, 25, of Lewisham, south London
Sophia Lysaczanko, 28, Haringey, north London
Tom Venner-Woodcock, 29, of Southwark, south London
Tess Lotter, 30, of Camden, north London.
They have all been bailed to appear at Ealing Magistrates' Court on December 22.