All 24 people arrested on suspicion of criminal damage and unlawful trespass after a Greenpeace protest at a Kent power station have been freed on bail.
Gordon Brown's name was written on the side of the chimney
Eight women and 12 men were initially freed pending a Crown Prosecution Service decision. A further four were bailed on Wednesday afternoon.
During the incident, the name of the Prime Minister was painted on a chimney and equipment was temporarily halted.
The 36-hour protest was over E.ON UK's plans for new coal-fired units.
The company wants to build a plant on the Kingsnorth site that could supply electricity to 1.5 million homes.
But Greenpeace says it will pump carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and claims it will create a precedent for more coal plants in the future.
Kent Police said £20,000 worth of damage was caused to the chimney.