An Insulate Britain activist who missed a day of her court hearing because she was blocking a train has now been jailed.
Dr Diana Warner, 62, decided not to attend the High Court on Tuesday, instead opting to block a shipment train heading for the Drax power station in North Yorkshire.
Back in court on Wednesday, the former GP admitted her guilt and was sentenced to two months in prison.
Warner was one of a group of nine Insulate Britain activists in court for breaking an injunction by blocking the M25.
Despite a previous group of nine Insulate Britain activists all being jailed last month, just two of this group were given prison terms.
Along with Warner, Dr Ben Buse – already serving time after last month’s hearing – was given an extra 30 days on top of his existing four month sentence.