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Thousands of green activists are preparing to pounce on a secret location today to begin a week-long climate camp.
As many as 3,000 people are expected to join the campaign against Government policy.
They plan to strike on a grassy location somewhere within the M25 this afternoon.
But first they have planned to gather in six smaller groups to protest at key locations from lunchtime.
Source: Climate Protesters To Swoop Secret Location
Severe delays have hit part of Britain's busiest motorway after a hotel gas leak forced closures near Heathrow Airport.
The M25 was shut between junctions 12 and 14, the Highways Agency's website said.
The fire brigade ordered the road to be closed in both directions from just after midday following a gas leak at a hotel in Egham, Surrey.
Slip roads onto the motorway have also been shut.
Traffic travelling clockwise was being diverted down the M3 at junction 12.
Source: Severe Delays As Hotel Gas Leak Shuts M25
A Highways Agency spokesman said: "We managed to get diversion signs up quickly so that helped minimise the disruption.
"We're hoping that the road will be open again in time for the evening rush-hour."
Climate change demonstrators are making their way to Greenwich Park in southeast London after the 'secret' location of their protest camp was revealed.
Up to 3,000 protesters had gathered at different meeting points across the capital before their final destination was announced by text message and on Twitter.
The group will pitch their tents in the park and intend to remain there for a week.
Scotland Yard had pleaded with organisers to tell them the location of their climate camp so they could minimise disruption and plan how to police it.
Source: Climate Protesters Swoop On 'Secret' Target