- First building for the economic justice campaigners as they occupy third space in borough of Hackney, alongside existing spaces in the City of London and borough of Islington
- New ‘Bank of Ideas’ open to public this Saturday. Offices and meeting rooms will be available for those that have lost their nurseries, community centres[...]
Unless circumstances change, economic justice campaigners Occupy London will be revealing details of our third space at 10am.[...]Read more →
Economic justice campaigners Occupy London will be making a very important announcement at 10am. Keep an eye on our twitter feed for further details[...]Read more →
Occupiers from Occupy London’s camps – at St Paul’s Courtyard and at Finsbury Square – will this weekend (19-20 November) welcome representatives from occupations across the UK, who are coming together for the first time ever.
With more than 25 occupations across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales already, delegates will begin defining the national[...]
WHEN: Today from 5.00pm
WHERE: OccupyLSX, between St Paul’s Cathedral and the London Stock Exchange
WHO: John Cooper QC, and Occupy London supporters
WHAT: At 5pm Occupy London’s barrister John Cooper QC will explain the legal significance of today’s 6pm deadline of the City of London Corporation’s ‘notice to leave’.
There will also be further[...]
Wednesday 16th Nov banking reform proposals
The government and the Head of bank of england to resign
Investigate and reform/regulate the banks
Seperation of investment and retail banking
Banking transparency and the elimination of tax heavens
Remove money from Banks and move to credit union
Agenda for General Assembly Friday 18th November
Proposed Amendment to the Initial Statement
It was agreed by Process on Tuesday evening that this Friday’s General Assembly should be dedicated to holding a debate on following proposed amendment to the initial statement of Occupy LSX. This amendment ( pasted below, in attachment and at http://titanpad.com/XQg1sPM0zZ) was[...]
Occupy London has highlighted how our right to the city is being undermined by the privatization of space which puts much the City out of bounds to ordinary people and protest. We must reverse this process of enclosure and create our city together.
Reimagining the city is a day of walking, exploring, playing, and mapping[...]
Bankers4Boris, who held a thank you party for Boris Johnson outside the Mayor’s office yesterday morning (Wednesday) have been distressed by some of the press coverage they have received.
They have written to us asking that we give their side of the story. Occupy London is an inclusive movement and, as such, we are of[...]