Police have arrested two men after removing them from the Queen Elizabeth II Bridge where they staged a two-day protest disrupting traffic on the M25.

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Just Stop Oil supporters scaled the bridge's masts at the Dartford Crossing in the early hours of Monday.

The activists said the action was in protest against new government oil and gas licences.

Essex Police said the two men had been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit public nuisance.

Earlier, the force brought a raised platform to the scene to "allow specially trained officers to work at great height".

National Highways said there had been delays of up to 60 minutes for southbound traffic approaching the crossing on the M25, which was then diverted through the Dartford Tunnel. which is normally for northbound traffic only.

The 1.7mile (2.8km) bridge usually takes traffic southbound over the River Thames on the A282, which connects the M25 London orbital motorway from Essex to Kent.

National Highways said the bridge was set to reopen after inspections "to ensure no damage was caused during the protest" were carried out.

Sean Martell from National Highways said: "We are working to get the bridge reopen as soon as it is safe to do so."