Many thanks to Director Mark Williams and Editor James McCallum, aka Scribla, for making this happen![…]Read more →
Occupy London – part of the global movement for social and economic justice welcomes Londoners and visitors to join them for New Year’s celebrations
Highlights include: an adaptation of Dicken’s A Christmas Carol by Timberlake Wertenbaker on steps of St Paul’s, introduced by John Cooper QC and a stellar cast line up including Tim Pigott-Smith[…]
Adapted by: Timberlake Wertenbaker
Directed by: Josh Appignanesi
Readers will include: Allan Corduner, Alan Cox, Sara Kestleman, Pam Miles, Tim Pigott-Smith, Ian Redford. Plus further special guests to be announced
Produced by: Occupy London
As Dickens’ bicentennial approaches, it seems only fitting for Occupy London to stage a public reading of A Christmas Carol at[…]
Last night (23 December), the General Assembly at OccupyLSX discussed how people without shelter and food fom one of the most vulnerable sections of society.
The General Assembly would like to confirm that, as at all times, they and everyone are welcome to visit and join in the dicussions and dialogue about social economic justice[…]
After four and a half days of representations from the City of London Corporation, Occupy London (represented by John Cooper QC and Michael Paget on behalf of named defendant Tammy Samede) and two litigants in person, George Barda and Daniel Ashman, the OccupyLSX hearing has concluded at the High Court with Christmas wishes being given[…]Read more →
Occupy London has just received an early Christmas present: Fr. William Taylor, has this morning published the City of London Corporation City Cash accounts from 2007 on his blog ‘Hackney Preacher‘. 
Occupy London is grateful to see people willing to come forward and contribute to the much needed dialogue and debate around social and[…]
Members of Occupy London met Occupiers from around the UK in Edinburgh at the second National Occupy Conference, 16-18 December. The event was unanimously described as “inspiring” and “a total success”. Occupy London members returned ebullient, with a spring in their step.
Occupiers from established camps in Birmingham, Edinburgh, Exeter, Leeds, Liverpool, London (OccupyLSX at[…]Read more →
Some of you may have seen the headline “Protesters call end to occupation in St Paul’s” in The Independent, Monday 19 December, or seen or heard similar in other media including the BBC. 
We would like to clarify that there is a range of views about the future of the occupation.
There are occupiers[…]
Occupy London set to welcome thousands of visitors across Christmas and New Year with a host of events planned plus some special surprises too!
Expect irreverent fun and a continuation of the fight against social and economic injustice. All invited to get involved.
This evening looks set to be busy at Occupy London as the[…]Read more →