Live-stream at http://www.occupyjustice.co.uk/livestream/
Schedule of events for Thursday – See The case for and against the prosecution of Tony Blair
10am today – War: Inquiry into Tony Blair and the British government’s involvement in Afghanistan and Iraq
Friday – Squatting: How the law abiding could be criminalised if provisions in the Legal Aid[…]Read more →
From the Tech Tent based at the Occupy London Stock Exchange occupation just by St Paul’s Cathedral, Radio Occupy was born recently bringing a range of perspectives related to sociopolitical and economic injustice to the airwaves.
All are invited to get involved and we’d like to help you get your voice on the airwaves through[…]
10am – 4pm tomorrow (Thursday) at the Court of Public Opinion, Occupy Justice, 335-7 Old Street Magistrates Court:
Inquiry into war crimes committed by Tony Blair and the British government in Iraq.
Friday – Squatting. Saturday – Banking
Spread the word.[…]
*** Updated with copy of the judgment handed down by Mr Justice Lindblom, along with a summary ***
ST PAUL’S JUDGMENT SUMMARY
City of London v Samede judgment 18 January 2012
The High Court this week ruled in favour of the City of London Corporation’s calls for the eviction of the Occupy London protest camp[…]Read more →
The High Court judgment in the case brought against Occupy London Stock Exchange by the City of London Corporation will be handed down tomorrow, Wednesday 18 January, at 2pm in Court 25.
We invite all those who care about the outcome of the case to join us outside the Royal Courts of Justice from 1.30pm.[…]
Occupier Steve Rushton, who has been involved since late October camping at OccupyLSX, submitted the letter below to the Leveson Enquiry. You can submit entries here. Steve is currently writing a PhD criticising Neoliberalism from an indigenous perspective. From Southampton, Steve has also provided legal support to Dan Ashman as part of the OccupyLSX legal[…]Read more →
Minutes of meeting of the Peaceful Resistance Working group held 2pm at TCU. on Saturday January 14
Only 3 people present (joined by a fourth near the end)
Liz, Max and Ronan, so we felt we didn’t need a facilitator.
Max had brought some print outs of various texts concerning non-violent resistance – helpful and[…]
Issue #9 of The Occupied Times comes out this week, packed full of the usual news, analysis and comment pieces.
News this week focuses on the pending High Court ruling and OccupyLSX’s own Occupy Justice, an art-protest against oil companies involving a block of arctic ice, and Finsbury Square’s transition into an eco-village.
The latest[…]Read more →
Following reports that a number of the UK’s biggest cultural organisations have renewed millions of pounds worth of sponsorship deals with BP, Occupy London collaborated with art activist collective Liberate Tate to stage a mourning over the environmental destruction propelled by the oil industry – with an art installation and subsequent happening involving a melting[…]Read more →