The climate change group said the £37 million Scotland Yard have spent policing their protests this year was a "bargain".
Joe Achilles was fined more than £600 and given six points on his licence for filming himself driving at nearly 100mph on a Derbyshire road.
The judge told 33-year-old Joseph O'Malley to "find some work" as he handed the protester a £750 fine for the "senseless vandalism".
Policing a climate change protest - which began on October 7 - cost Scotland Yard £21 million, a bill set to rise by several million pounds.
The Labour MP has said there "might well be a revolution" if John Bercow decides not to step down as Speaker on October 31 as promised.
The European Council president tweeted that the UK's request to extend Article 50 should be treated "in all seriousness".
The government could introduce green number plates to promote zero-emission cars - but the opposition has labelled the plans a "gimmick".
The legal bid will look at whether it was lawful to revoke the British citizenship of IS bride Shamima Begum.
Iain Duncan Smith has urged MPs to "go round the clock" after many criticised Boris Johnson's fast-track schedule for Brexit debate.
Boris Johnson will attempt to fast-track Brexit legislation through the Commons in a final bid to take Britain out of the EU by October 31.
George King-Thompson has been sentenced to six months' custody after the building's owners brought legal proceedings against him.
The Bill's purpose is to turn Boris Johnson's Withdrawal Agreement - a draft international treaty agreed with the EU - into UK law.
Sue and Noel Radford had their first child 30 years ago and now have 11 sons and 10 daughters, with another baby due next April.
The Conservative MP said a decision on a Brexit deal should be made by the government and the EU - not Parliament.
The Tory MP said the Benn Act - designed to block a no-deal Brexit - will no longer apply if MP's back Boris Johnson's deal.
The Office for National Statistics predicts that Britain's population will reach 69.4 million within a decade, and pass 70 million by 2031.
John Longworth said he can't imagine a "better outcome" than Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, in contrast to Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage.
The former Lib Dem leader said support has increased for putting a Brexit deal back to the people in a second referendum.
Jeremy Corbyn says PM' Brexit deal is "defeated" as MPs react to the postponement of the vote on the agreement until next week.
The latest from historic “Super Saturday” sitting in Parliament where MPs will vote on the new deal to take Britain out of the EU.
The Home Secretary has praised Boris Johnson's "tremendous leadership" as she urged MPs to back his Brexit deal in the Commons tomorrow.
Police are seeking to ban Tommy Robinson from England football matches at home and abroad after footage showed him "swinging" at a fan.
The family of a six-year-old allegedly thrown from the Tate Modern's tenth floor confirmed he is now out of intensive care.
Partygoers will gather at a beach near Amsterdam to wave goodbye to Britain on October 31.
Five Extinction Rebellion protesters are due to appear in court today following disruption to London's transport network on Thursday.
The Foreign Secretary accused the Labour Party of trying to "exploit" Brexit for "political purposes".
The DUP's Brexit spokesman said the Prime Minister had "not honoured the pledges" he made to the party within his new Brexit deal.
The Independent MP slated the party for focusing on one policy - to stop Brexit.
Boris Johnson is today attempting to gather support for his Brexit deal, ahead of a vote in the Commons on Saturday.
Former Tory MP Dominic Grieve has warned that the PM's Brexit deal is "not the end" and there is "much more difficult negotiation" to come.
The former Lib Dem leader has said the deal announced by the Prime Minister today could risk breaking up the United Kingdom.
The president of the European Commission claimed "there will be no prolongation" to Brexit, even if UK MPs reject Boris Johnson's deal.
Labour MP Dawn Butler told the government to "stop kicking the can down the road" over proposed reforms to the Gender Recognition Act.
The group issued an apology about their protest today on the London Underground, which saw demonstrators dragged from trains by commuters.
Jim Fitzpatrick has said up to 20 Labour MPs could defy party policy and back Boris Johnson's new Brexit deal.
The London Mayor criticised the "extremely dangerous" protests, after climate change activists were dragged off trains by angry commuters.
Commuters faced delays this morning after Extinction Rebellion activists glued themselves to London Underground trains.
Brexit talks continue into the night as the clock ticks down to tomorrow's crucial EU summit in Brussels. Will the PM meet the deadline?
Jonathan Bartley has been arrested alongside journalist George Monbiot for obstructing a road as part of the Extinction Rebellion protests.
Antoinette Sandbach has attacked the "toxic" political atmosphere after she received a message with an apparent death threat.
Children have been caught with knuckle dusters, a Taser and even a sword at school.
More than 100 high profile names have signed an open letter admitting they are "hypocrites" for supporting the anti-climate change movement.
Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay has confirmed that Boris Johnson will request a Brexit delay if he fails to get a deal through Parliament.
The Conservative MP said the Prime Minister should not allow a Brexit extension - even if he cannot agree a deal with the EU.
Flowers and messages have been left for a 12-year-old boy who died after being electrocuted on railway lines in Merseyside.
Two men in their twenties will "pay the price for their actions", having been found guilty of raping a woman at a London nightclub.
Mubashar Hussain has been jailed after he knocked down PC Gareth Phillips, shattering his pelvis and leaving him in hospital for four weeks.
Ellie Chowns was arrested for attending Extinction Rebellion protests after police imposed a ban on action across London.
A policy that British nationals who fought for the Islamic State group should instead face justice in the region is under review.