Laurence Taylor, deputy assistant commissioner of London's Metropolitan Police, defended the order, noting the police "have made good progress clearing Trafalgar Square and other sites to enable the capital to return to normal following more than a week of protests".
The Independent in London reported Extinction Rebellion insisting its worldwide rebellion will continue after activists were ordered to stop their protest in London immediately or face arrest.
Diane Abbott has described the Metropolitan Police ban on all Extinction Rebellion protests in London as "wrong", amid concerns that the right to protest is being undermined.
She said: "I'm doing this because I want other people to see 'why is such a boring ordinary person doing this?' and they will look into the climate science".
"The Labour Party unequivocally supports the right to protest".
Amnesty International condemned the blanket ban on the climate group's protests as an "unlawful restriction on the rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly".
Commentators questioned why police detained the man, who was filmed protesting on the pavement in the busy shopping district, while holding a sign reading: "I'm locally sourced and environmentally friendly.' One joked it was for 'breach of the peas".
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The banning on non-violent protest throughout London clearly infringes both of these rights.
Extinction Rebellion campaigners in London have been ordered by police to halt their protests, after authorities arrested more than 1,400 people for civil disobedience-linked offenses this month in the U.K capital. He tweeted: "We have a right to free speech under article 10 and to free assembly under article 11 of the (annex to the) Human Rights Act".
Protesters around the world are taking to the streets to bring attention to the imminent climate crisis and are calling on governments to address the issue. If, nonetheless, people got here and stood with us displaying any merchandise that has Extinction Revolt's identify or branding on it, they'd very probably face arrest'.
"You may disagree with Extinction Rebellion's tactics but their message is undeniable - politicians have failed on climate change and rather than listening this government is instead seeking to shut down debate entirely".
Meanwhile, police dealt with a road block near Baker Street and told a number of protesters camped in Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens to move on or risk arrest.
On Monday protesters targeted areas in the City of London, with police making more than 90 arrests.
Kevin Blowe, the coordinator of the Network for Police Monitoring (Netpol), told CNN that the order surmounted to a ban on Extinction Rebellion, or XR, without due process.