Anti-ULEZ motorists have been setting up camp outside London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s home to protest the zone.
The drivers erected tents and signs outside Khan’s home, and one even brought a caravan with the words “sack Khan” etched onto it.
The group, Action Against ULEZ, was out in large numbers with many members wearing hi-vis jackets.
Anti-ULEZ motorist protest outside Khan’s home
Protesters held a number of signs outside Khan’s home in Tooting, with some branding the Mayor “a liar” and others saying “Stop the toxic air lie.”
The protests come following the expansion of the ULEZ across all of Greater London, seeing all drivers of non-compliance pay a daily fee of £12.50 to drive within the zone or risk a fine.
Sharing their protest on X, formerly Twitter, the Anti ULEZ group shared that the event would be a “flash ULEZ protest and hunger strike” that would be “close to Khan’s house for a peaceful ULEZ protest and carnival!”
The group also shared updates on their Facebook with one update showing the group cleaning their rubbish away with the caption “Never let it be said that we don’t clean up after.”