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[…]
On Saturday 28th January in central London, a group of disabled, sick and elderly people are going to engage in a daring and disruptive act of civil disobedience. Please support them in this action and then come to OccupyLSX by St Paul’s and join us to Celebrate the Right to Protest with a host of[…]Read more →
Its time to take it to the corporations that are freezing us out. Meet 12 noon Friday 27 January 2012 at the steps of St Paul’s. Bring hot water bottles, flasks, and your ideas for a better world.
One in every four people in the UK will struggle to heat their homes this winter. In[…]
At 4pm Friday 27th January – the earliest date that any eviction of the Occupy London Stock Exchange site at St Paul’s could feasibly begin – the deadline for the Leave to Appeal for the Occupy London Stock Exchange occupation by St Paul’s will end. Marking this, Occupy London will host a number of events![…]Read more →
Occupy London is greatly concerned by what appears to be the wholly disproportionate actions of the City of London Police in breaking and entering premises being legally occupied under Section 6 of the 1977 Criminal Law Act.
Early this morning supporters of Occupy London began legally occupying the abandoned Midland Bank at St Alphage Highwalk,[…]
Having yesterday occupied Roman House, owned by Berkeley Homes – in turn part-owned by Lloyds TSB and the Egerton Capital hedge fund – Occupy London was contacted by individual workers employed by Berkeley Homes who were concerned for their job security as it transpired they were recently employed to help renovate the building. 
Occupy London this morning publicly repossessed Roman House, an abandoned nine-storey office building in the Barbican in the City of London which previously housed companies from the financial service industries. 
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The Occupy London campaigners – part of the global movement for social and economic justice and real democracy[…]