Motorists are facing delays on the M25 again today due to another protest. 

Insulate Britain members are holding a demonstration at the Dartford Crossing in a bid to raise awareness about climate change and emissions. 

The protest is being held at junctions 1A and 1B in Kent and is causing delays on the clockwise carriageway of the M25. 

Traffic maps show congestion is now as far back as junction 30 near Lakeside in Essex. 

Kent Police has said it has sent officers to the protest and revealed that some demonstrators have glued their hands to the road. 

Other protests by Insulate Britain are also being staged on junctions 23 (South Mimms) and 8 and 9 in Surrey. 

It is the second set of demonstrations being staged by Insulate Britain on the M25 this. 

On Monday, Essex Police made 12 arrests after a protest was staged at junction 31 in Essex. 

Nine of the 12 were released under investigation while the remaining three were bailed until October 8.