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[…]
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This week’s General Assemblies: 7pm every day at Occupy London Stock Exchange site by the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral
Tuesday: Decentralisation (initial discussion) – The first chance[…]Read more →
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[…]
On Sunday 27 November, Tanya and Mark, representatives from Occupy London’s Multifaith and Belief working group, went to speak to the congregation of St Peter’s Church in Bethnal Green as part of an ongoing invitation from the Church to the camp.
The Revd Angus Richie and Revd Adam Atkinson facilitated this as a friendly interview[…]
With thanks to False Economy, who created this infographic and gave permission for it to be reproduced here.[…]Read more →
Sitting in Tent City University earlier today, we suddenly heard the revving of lots of bikes and lots of people ran out to see what was happening.
In a surprise visit, about a 100 or so bikers came to Occupy London, to show their solidarity and stopped for 10 minutes or so, revving their engines[…]