By: Angus Dunsire
The protest is part of several being held across Britain and in 47 countries in support of the 30 people, including six Britons, who are now in Russian custody. The aim is to keep the pressure on the Russian authorities. The Russian coast guard seized the ship Arctic Sunrise and everyone on board following the September 18 protest at the offshore platform owned by Russia's state-controlled energy giant Gazprom in the Pechora Sea. The activists are now in custody in the northern city of Murmansk.Interview with the detainees family members: Georgina Harris, Gail Turner and Russell Bryan.