Insulate Britain has introduced it’ll “droop its marketing campaign of civil resistance” till 25 October, in an open letter written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
The marketing campaign group has been inflicting chaos by blocking main roads round London on a number of events.
Police have made a number of arrests through the demonstrations, with angry motorists often clashing with protesters.
“Insulate Britain want to take this chance to profoundly acknowledge the disruption brought on over the previous 5 weeks,” the environmental group stated in an open letter penned to Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
“Forward of COP26, Insulate Britain will droop its marketing campaign of civil resistance till Monday twenty fifth October.”
It comes after the group returned to an M25 junction to protest on Wednesday regardless of several injunctions granted in recent weeks against protesters blocking sections of the motorway in addition to different main transport routes.
The injunctions imply anybody breaching the order could face a prison sentence, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has stated.