An environmental activist evicted from the network of tunnels beneath Euston Square Gardens in protest at the HS2 railway line is due to appear in court.
An environmental protester who recently emerged from a network of underground tunnels near London’s Euston station has appeared in court.
Anti-HS2 protesters have come face-to-face with bailiffs in tunnels dug near Euston station in London, as efforts to evict them continue.
HS2 campaigners involved in an underground protest in central London have said “liquid mud” is pouring into one of their tunnels.
Police have arrested five anti-HS2 railway protesters involved with occupying a central London park, as officials warn those still in underground tunnels are at risk of suffocation or drowning.