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This weekend: One Love One Occupy & Celebrate the Right to Protest events

At 4pm Friday 27th January – the earliest date that any eviction of the Occupy London Stock Exchange site at St Paul’s could feasibly begin – the deadline for the Leave to Appeal for the Occupy London Stock Exchange occupation by St Paul’s will end. Marking this, Occupy London will host a number of events![...]

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Police illegally evict Occupy London supporters from new building; Bank of Ideas events postponed; Olympic authorities encouraged to use “all available powers” against protesters and tents

Occupy London is greatly concerned by what appears to be the wholly disproportionate actions of the City of London Police in breaking and entering premises being legally occupied under Section 6 of the 1977 Criminal Law Act.
Early this morning supporters of Occupy London began legally occupying the abandoned Midland Bank at St Alphage Highwalk,[...]

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Update on Roman House occupation; Teach out: the City’s secret finances & lobbying activities

Having yesterday occupied Roman House, owned by Berkeley Homes -  in turn part-owned by Lloyds TSB and the Egerton Capital hedge fund – Occupy London was contacted by individual workers employed by Berkeley Homes who were concerned for their job security as it transpired they were recently employed to help renovate the building. [1]
In[...]

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Occupy London publicly repossesses empty nine-storey building in the Barbican in the City of London

Occupy London this morning publicly repossessed Roman House, an abandoned nine-storey office building in the Barbican in the City of London which previously housed companies from the financial service industries. [1]

Check out the view! – http://www.28dayslaterr.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=63568
The Occupy London campaigners – part of the global movement for social and economic justice and real democracy[...]

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RBS trial postponed; Occupy Tours launch guided tour of murky corners of Mayfair

The RBS trial at Occupy Justice will not be taking place tomorrow – Occupy London apologises for any inconvenience caused. There will be further news shortly regarding this case.
To compensate Occupy London’s very own guided tour service – Occupy Tours – will launch its first ever tour of Mayfair tomorrow, meeting at 2pm outside[...]

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Crime and punishment: Occupy London’s guided tours to visit Mayfair crime scene as trials continue at Occupy Justice

Occupy Tours to explore murky corners of Mayfair, home of Europe’s hedge funds, this Saturday

Occupy Justice’s court of public opinion stages second hearing tomorrow (Friday), warning what could happen if the Legal Aid Bill becomes law

Loss of a knighthood is the least of Fred Goodwin’s problems: Occupy Justice’s third hearing will be a[...]

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An Occupier’s Perspective: Interview with George Barda, litigant-in-person

Q&A with George Barda from this week’s issue of The Occupied Times. If any other occupiers would like to submit comment, do contact press@occupylsx.org.
Occupied Times: What was the legal substance of the case?
George: The legal position I advanced was that the alleged harms accompanying the presence of the camp were negligible compared with[...]

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An Occupier’s Perspective: From Dan Ashman, Litigant-in-Person

Submitted by Dan Ashman, Litigant-in-Person in the case of City of London Corporation v Occupy London. 
Part One
I felt compelled to stand as a litigant-in-person; it was not an intellectual decision. At first I felt no fear. Later, even the possibility of having debts of tens of thousands of pounds wasn’t enough to deter[...]

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10am today – Call for Justice: Occupy London begins putting one per cent on trial

Updates:

Live-stream at http://www.occupyjustice.co.uk/livestream/
Schedule of events for Thursday – See The case for and against the prosecution of Tony Blair

News

10am today – War: Inquiry into Tony Blair and the British government’s involvement in Afghanistan and Iraq

Friday – Squatting: How the law abiding could be criminalised if provisions in the Legal Aid[...]

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