FOUR campaigners from Stroud chained themselves to Jeremy Corbyn's home as part of climate protests in the capital.

Extinction Rebellion protesters have been blocking traffic at Marble Arch, Waterloo Bridge, Parliament Square and Oxford Circus since Monday.

And as part of yesterday's demonstrations, four Stroud activists glued themselves together at the Labour leader's home.

The group, Skeena Rathor, Tracee Williams, Richard House and David Lambert, also used a bike lock to attach themselves to Mr Corbyn's north London house.

Tracee Williams said "I am a 55 year-old resident of Stroud, mother to Rosie, Harry and Florence and stepmum to Jack.

"They are the reason I am in London, rebelling and disobeying the laws of the land and the police.  

"And they are the reason I superglued myself to my comrades by Jeremy Corbyn's fence; to insist the truth be told about the state of our beautiful home planet Earth and every possible effort made to ensure the safety and well-being of our children’s home.

"There is nothing more important in existence.”

Mum of three, Skeena Rathor said: "We are in London pleading for systems change so that humanity might have a chance of survival, so that our children might have a chance of living a full adulthood.  

"We want to stop the Ecocide and torturing of nature and the children of all species.  

The 43-year-old added: "We need to act now, today.” 

Roughly 70 campaigners from Stroud took part in the protests earlier in the week, with around 30 still involved today.