Commenting today on the postponement of the fuel tax hike that will now apparently be delayed until January, Tom Moriarty of Occupy London’s Economic Working Group said:
“It is further confirmation of the Chancellor’s misguided approach to tackling the current economic crisis and a tacit admission that austerity is not working. It is clear[…]
Four members of the group Climate Siren, which included Occupy London supporters, chained themselves to Buckingham Palace gates on Saturday 23 June to highlight the biggest threat to our planet, climate change. The activists were there for over 4 hours and the stunt attracted national and international media attention. Their banners included a quote[…]
There is an assembly at St Paul’s Cathedral this Saturday 23rd June 2012, at 5pm by the Real Democracy Working Group entitled Spain and the Monarchy.
This event is NOT an Occupy London General Assembly and any claims made to the opposite are incorrect.
Occupy London is continuing its series of General Assemblies entitled[…]
June 16th 2012. Update about Shoreditch Camp.[…]Read more →
After the Finsbury Eviction, the houseless campers decided to move some of the tents to Shoreditch Park.[…]Read more →
The comments reported in the Pink News and Ham & High are not representative of Occupy London and are against our own Safer Spaces Policy, which is very clear: “Racism, as well as ageism, homophobia, sexism, transphobia, ableism or prejudice based on ethnicity, nationality, class, gender, gender presentation, language ability, asylum status or religious affiliation[…]Read more →
Warning Bagpipes! I love the sound, but not sure for those with hangovers…lol[…]Read more →
The Occupy Nomad camp in London has just arrived and are building a new space for political discussion in Hampstead Heath – the Vale of Health, which is managed by the City of London Corporation.  The City of London have continually courted controversy from plans to commercialise the supposed ‘public’ space from dog walkers,[…]Read more →
Occupy London warmly invites individuals, grass-roots organisations and community groups to join us for a discussion of the ideas, experiences, visions and strategies that will make better social living a practise. By sharing our stories and community based approaches, we can find common ground.
This series starts on Saturday 16th June and will continue each[…]