As Occupy London prepares for its first anniversary on Monday, an estimated 400 supporters are now gathered outside St Paul’s Cathedral, for #GlobalNoise – a global day of protest to highlight the fact that people are still here, one year on, united and more determined than ever. 
Speakers from the Quebec student movement and[...]
The first anniversary of Occupy going global falls this Monday, 15 October. On that day last year, demonstrations and occupations took place in more than 950 cities around the world.
In the heart of the City of London, a tented village was pitched outside St Paul’s Cathedral, near the intended target – the London Stock[...]
As someone involved with Occupy in London from the start of the occupation at St. Paul’s I’ve been all too aware of the implications of the cuts to public services which are being imposed as a direct result of the crisis, which has been entirely the fault of letting financial institutions run amok with imaginary[...]Read more →
Three adventure playgrounds (including Battersea Park)
closed their doors
to the public on Sunday evening. The staff will be made redundant in a matter of days.The Council are due to meet the Kids Company charity, to discuss the possibility of some kind of ar
rangement to keep them running. However, builders have already started work[...]Read more →
Five Occupy London supporters viewed as a threat to the reputation of the UK economy have had the cases against them thrown out of court – with every single arrest deemed unlawful by the presiding judge.
District Judge Lachhar at Hammersmith Magistrates’ Court in West London dismissed the case this week (19 September) against the[...]
The following post is from the Diggers2012
Diggers2012 and ‘Persons Unknown’ (meaning anyone in the known universe) have been served with court papers. Despite the fact that there are no tents, structures or other items on their land, The National Trust is seeking an order for possession and an injunction prohibiting trespassing from a[...]
I caught up with Charles Eisenstein at the Royal Festival Hall. We discussed many Occupy related issues. Eisenstein is the author of Sacred Economics and Ascent of Humanity.
Charles Eisenstein – Part 1 by Occupy Radio on Mixcloud
Charles Eisenstein – Part 2 by Occupy Radio on Mixcloud[...]Read more →
Interview with protester outside the Ecuadorian embassy by Occupy Radio on Mixcloud[...]Read more →