M25 traffic stopped as eco-warriors block motorway for third time in week as motorists rage.

ECO-WARRIORS have blocked the M25 for the third time this week.

The shameless Insulate Britain mob sparked commuter travel chaos again this morning when they stormed the busiest motorway in Britain - as furious motorists raged: "Go home, we need to work!"

Activists dressed in hi-vis targeted Junction 3 in Kent shortly after 8.30am.

They plonked themselves in the middle of the tarmac and tailbacks quickly formed.

Several drivers lost their patience, with one man in a white van yelling: "Go to work you lazy b******s."

Another man, a contractor for DX Logistics which delivers medical supplies, said: "We’re fuming about this. The van stuck in traffic here is carrying ventilators, drips, everything.

"This protest is p***ing us off. We can’t get any medical supplies out to the hospitals, which should have arrived by now. It’s ridiculous, it’s wrong. We are livid."

Police were in position ready to swarm the area after the environmentalists vowed on Wednesday to shut down the motorway again "as soon as possible".

And 11 activists were swiftly dragged off the road and carted off by cops.

But one protester, Cathy, a mum of two, remained glued to the road.

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