Eight stopped by police officers as part of Operation Themis in Gloucestershire
EIGHT people were stopped by police officers last night and early this morning during badger cull protests in Gloucestershire.
Police officers arrested four people, and dearrested them after they gave their details.
A further four people were stopped in a lane with vehicles parked on both sides.
The lane was temporarily obstructed by vehicles, including police cars.
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Police officers are carrying out Operation Themis, their response to the badger cull.
A spokesman for Gloucestershire Police said: "If any protestors would like to speak to us, there are two dedicated liaison officers available each night.
"Any officer will be able to put you in touch with them or you can call 101 and ask to speak to the police liaison officer.
"The liaison officers are trained and selected to undertake the role and are deployed specifically to talk to people or groups of protestors about their concerns and ensure everyone understand what the police are doing and why."