In light of the continuing, highly disturbing, intimidation of Egyptian activists and journalists, Occupy London has issued a second statement of solidarity with our friends fighting for democracy in Tahrir Square.
“We, Occupy London, send our solidarity to the revolutionaries in all of Egypt’s Tahrir Squares, and support their demands.
We denounce the killing of[...]
We are very excited to have John Holloway (Professor, Instituto de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla), one of the world’s leading theorists of capitalism and resistance, come to speak to us tomorrow at 5.30pm in front of the steps of St. Paul’s.
His book Change the World Without Taking Power has[...]
OccupyLSX to host solidarity rally on 17th December
A beefed up City of London police presence greeted Occupy London activists demanding the freedom of Bradley Manning on the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral in London yesterday (Thursday). US Ambassador Louis Susman was attending the annual Thanksgiving service at the cathedral along with a sizable number[...]
The largest strike action of a generation will take place on Wednesday 30th November.
Occupy London wholeheartedly supports the strike action by over 3 milion workers fighting for their pensions and a better society.
The government is attacking the people with unjust, unequal and unneccesary austerity measures. The banks got bailed out, we got sold[...]
2pm Friday 25 November, Tent City University, Occupy London Stock Exchange site at St Paul’s Churchyard
Speaker: Selma James, Global Women’s Strike. Co-author of the women’s movement classic,Power of Women and the Subversion of the Community, and Marx and Feminism, and Sex, Race and Class.
Followed by discussion.
SELMA JAMES is a women’s rights, anti-racist[...]Read more →
Peaceful carol singing and present delivery for the bankers as we approach that special time of year for them, bonus time. This will take place outside bailed out banks with the singing led by the 3 Kings of the 1 per cent: David Cameron, George Osborne and Boris Johnson
When and where?
Meet 2pm –[...]Read more →
Since the City of London Corporation published its legal bundle over the weekend – an account of its case that naturally gives a rather one sided picture of Occupy London Stock Exchange and its camp at St Paul’s Churchyard – there have been a series of stories in the media which give an account of[...]Read more →
The Treasury Committee of Parliament’s Independent Commission on Banking gave their final report yesterday at Westminster. They heard witnesses from executives of banks like RBS, HSBC, and Lloyds, and it’s their charge to examine the policy and investigate the actions of these banks regarding the crisis. We want to remind Parliament that their duty is[...]Read more →
“While the City focuses on little piece of land, Occupy is concerned with creating a more just society”
As students across the UK take to the streets and start their own occupations in order to highlight austerity cuts, supporters of Occupy London were at the High Court this morning in order to begin their defence[...]Read more →