Today the City of London Corporation announced that they intend to recommence their legal action against us under the Highways Act.
As a movement, Occupy London believes in bringing divergent views together in a spirit of open discussion, with the intention of reaching consensus. We are therefore disappointed that the City of London Corporation has [...]
Occupy London held a solidarity demonstration outside the US Embassy today (Tuesday) following the eviction of Occupy Wall Street protestors from Zucotti Park in the early hours of this morning. Occupiers unfurled a banner reading, “They cannot evict an idea” as police blocked access to the embassy.
Six American citizens from Occupy London wanted to[...]
David Harvey, Professor of Anthropology at the City University of New York spoke last week to the occupiers outside St Paul’s Cathedral in London. Here’s a video of his speech, in which he argues “one of the things that I think we’re learning over the last few years actually and particularly over the last few[...]Read more →
American supporters of Occupy London to demand entry to embassy to
In response to the brutal eviction of Occupy Wall Street in New York
this morning, Occupy London – which is campaigning for economic and
social justice as part of the global fight for real democracy – is
calling for a people to[...]
Occupy London will be holding a solidarity action outside the US Embassy in Grosevener Square at 3pm today.
Meet at the steps of St Paul’s at 2pm.
OWS “Such a movement cannot be evicted. Some politicians may physically remove us from public spaces — our spaces — and, physically, they may succeed. But we are[...]
Yesterday evening (Monday), a number of supporters of Occupy London, campaigners for social and economic justice, staged a peaceful direct action outside the Guildhall, while the new Lord Mayor David Wooton entertained David and Samantha Cameron at his annual banquet. Other guests included Theresa May, the archbishop of Canterbury and the bishop of London.
In yesterday’s edition of the Independent, Tom Hodgkinson wrote a positive and thoughtful review of his experiences at the Occupy London Stock Exchange camp, and came to the conclusion that the Occupy protest was a fundamentally Christian one.
While it is easy to see how one might come to this conclusion, one must ask, does[...]
Open discussion is at the heart of our Occupation and our decision-making process. The more people we can involve in our debates, the stronger and more representative the results will be.
Occupy London wants to operate and conduct our discussions in a safe anti-oppressive space – whether offline or online – that is welcoming, engaging[...]