From the beginning of Occupy London at St Paul’s and Finsbury Square, rough sleepers and other homeless people have been occupiers at both camps, taking part in actions, discussions and assemblies and keeping the camps alive by working in the kitchens, stores, recycling and shelter.
Occupy London has become a home – and an occupation[…]
The Occupy London Stock Exchange (OccupyLSX) application to appeal the court decision regarding the occupation by St Paul’s will be held on 13 February.
The appeal, if granted, will be held on the same day.
The City of London Corporation have assured they will not take enforcement action before this date.
Please come and join[…]
Bored with Big Ben? Tired of the Tower of London? Let us show you another side of the capital with our informative and entertaining tours. ‘Enlightening’ – the Independent
After the success of our first tours, we are holding additional tours on the dates listed below.
The most expensive place on the Monopoly board,[…]
Working Group G.A. in a very cold night. No lights available.
Lots of preamble, but shows what life can be like in the OccupyLSX Camp. ..with Bells!
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SUNDAY 5 FEBRUARY 2012
2 – 4 pm
Tent City University, Occupy London Stock Exchange, St Paul’s, London.
Helena Paul, Econexus
Claire Morris, Youth Climate Alliance
Shahrar Ali, Green Party
Suzanne Jeffery, Campaign against Climate Change Trade Union Group
Asad Rehman, Friends of the Earth
The 1% are carrying on with “business as[…]Read more →
Early this morning a number of concerning incidents happened affecting Occupy London supporters and media which raise questions about the police’s duty of care and failure to act on it, as well as the actions of the bailiffs – Rossendales – who were employed by investment bank UBS to evict peaceful protesters.
These incidents, which[…]
A walk around St. Paul’s Churchyard. OccupyLSX camp. Neighbours from Heaven. Neighbours from Hell.
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Occupy London will hold a celebration of the right to protest from noon – 6pm this Saturday 28 January by the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral with a host of bands, singers, poets and speakers. Expect surprise guests.
Occupy London intends to show the City of London Corporation and the government that we still fight[…]