Occupy London – part of the global movement for social and economic justice – today highlighted the corporate greed endemic in the UK and called for a change within society.
About 60 protestors gained entry into the offices of mining company Xstrata, a ‘leading light’ of the FTSE 100 and British industry to highlight the[…]
Occupy London – the movement for social and economic justice – calls concerned citizens to meet at Piccadilly Circus at 3pm.
Further information will be advised at the meeting point at that time.
Follow @occupylsx for updates on twitter; hashtag #occupylsx #occupyn30[…]
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come join us at 7am, liverpool street station on november 30th!
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Bankers organisation Bankers4Boris today called on Chancellor George Osborne to adopt a range of Boris Johnson’s policies in his autumn budget statement.
The group of bankers believe that, given the long-standing friendship between Osborne and Johnson, they should keep learning from each other on how to deal with the bottom 99%.
Bankers4Boris spokesman Ivor Lotadosh[…]
For full event listings, please visit:
http://occupylsx.org/?page_id=176 (for events at OccupyLSX – St Paul’s and OccupyLFS – Finsbury Square)
http://www.bankofideas.org.uk/events/ (for events at the Bank of Ideas)
This week’s General Assemblies: 7pm every day at Occupy London Stock Exchange site by the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral
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Occupy London has invited supporters to submit their creative ideas for the new logo of the movement by Wednesday 7 December.
The drive to find a new logo via crowdsourcing follows threatened legal action on 11 November from Transport for London (TfL) as it objected to Occupy London’s initial logo – loosely based on the[…]
The Bank of Ideas were at the High Court this morning to challenge a UBS ex parte injunction against “protest activities” being held at the Occupy London-associated community centre on Sun Street.
A second hearing had been scheduled for Friday 2nd December to hear arguments related to a UBS possession order on the property. In[…]
Occupy London Stock Exchange camp at St Paul’s Churchyard got a surprise visit from Alan Bennett, when he dropped in for a tour of the camp on Friday and had a cup of tea at the Tea and Empathy Tent.
To the camp’s delight, Alan was able to spent a little time and read a[…]