Original article from Kent Live
The M25 anti-clockwise carriageway is blocked for the second time this week as another protest takes place.
There is stationary traffic between J8 and J9 with delays starting to build.
Earlier this week, Climate crisis protest group Insulate Britain blocked multiple junctions on the M25.
The organisation are calling on PM Boris Johnson to tackle global warming by pumping funding into household energy usage and efficiency.
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A statement from Insulate Britain's Facebook page said: "99 people from Insulate Britain, which has members from all over the country, blocked roundabouts and a carriageway on the M25."
Traffic near the Dartford Crossing is being affected as a result of the protest.
Travel site Inrix has said: "M25 anticlockwise blocked, stationary traffic due to demonstration between J9 A243 (Leatherhead) and J8 A217 Brighton Road ( Reigate ).
You can keep up to date with the latest on the M25 traffic in our live blog below.