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Occupy London solidarity protest with Syria: St Paul’s – The Road to Damascus

Today visitors and occupiers at Occupy London Stock Exchange (OccupyLSX) will get to take part in a cross-cultural joint solidarity protest with the Syrian people. During the course of this event there will be the first ever live broadcast in the UK of a Syrian protest from an undisclosed location in Syria.
Aimed at promoting[...]

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Occupy London says "Let the G7billion decide our future, not the G20"

Occupy London says let the G7billion decide our future, not the G20
As G20 leaders meet in Cannes this week, Occupy London Stock Exchange (OccupyLSX) has released a statement to occupations across the world to spark the process of creating a unified global statement that reflects the grievances and goals of the movement.
At OccupyLSX’s[...]

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OccupyLSX weighs up offer from Corporation of London

Occupy London Stock Exchange (OccupyLSX) today met with the Corporation of London at their request.  There were seven representatives from OccupyLSX including its legal representative, Paul Ridge of Bindmans, and two representatives from the Corporation.
The Corporation said that they had no objection to the camp continuing until New Year, with the only condition being[...]

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Occupy London says let the G7billion decide our future, not the G20

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Occupy London says let the G7billion decide our future, not the G20
As G20 leaders meet in Cannes, Occupy London Stock Exchange (OccupyLSX) has[...]

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G20 Statement from Occupy London

With the G20 starting today, Occupy London General Assembly has agreed on its proposal for a shared statement of the global occupy movement to the G20 counter-summit and worldwide occupations.This statement is a work in progress. It is therefore offered as a beginning of a dialogue. We want assemblies around the world to collaborate and[...]

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OccupyLSX delighted that two potential legal cases suspended today

This morning, delegates from Occupy London Stock Exchange met with the Chapter of St Paul’s and the Bishop of London. It was a positive meeting, during which they informed us of their intention not to pursue legal action, rather their desire to work together in the call for social justice.
Both parties have agreed to[...]

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#OccupyLondon – Zombie Bank Run

On Monday, over 100 zombie bankers  from OccupyLSX and OccupyLFS took to the streets of Central London for the Zombie Bank Run. The zombies halted a busy traffic intersection dancing to Michael Jackson’s Thriller. They then moved on to shut down a RBS bank branch before heading to the RBS headquarters and forcing the 83%[...]

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Occupy London responds to resignation of the Dean of St Paul’s

The Occupy London occupations, at London Stock Exchange (by St Paul’s Churchyard) and at Finsbury Square, are about social justice, real democracy and challenging the unsustainable financial system that punishes the many and privileges the few.
The management of St Paul’s Cathedral is obviously deeply divided over the position they have taken in response to[...]

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Zombie Bank Run – 3pm Monday 31st October @ St Paul's

It’s time for the Zombie Bank Run – on Monday 31st October 2011 (tomorrow) meet at 1pm for make-up at St Paul’s Cathedral – for the run at 3pm. Come dressed as a Zombie Banker (old clothes advisable)!!
The route will be supplied on the day, but this is going to be ‘Thrilling’!
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