In light of recent sensationalist stories in the media sparked by the publication of the City of London Corporation’s legal bundle detailing a naturally one sided picture of the camp at St Paul’s Churchyard, Occupy London wanted to take this opportunity to provide an update on its welfare initiative.
Occupy London welcomes volunteers, particularly those[…]
On Tuesday 7 December, just before representatives from Occupy London were due to meet the FSA’s CEO Hector Sants, the City of London Corporation delivered a set of documents to the legal team representing Occupy London.  These documents were released on the Corporation’s website and it appears that media were also alerted.
Missed the first tour? Don’t worry – because Occupy London Tours is back with…
THE CANARY WHARF EXPERIENCE
Tuesday 13th December, 18.00
Canary Wharf – one of the hottest destinations that London has to offer. Marvel at the sights and sounds of the UK’s newest financial district, from tax avoidance and bonus bonanzas to financial[…]
You might not be able to share a full witness statement in support of Occupy LSX, but you can still help out by taking part in our Twitter campaign: #OccupyWord. All you have to do is share your one word that best describes the Occupy movement for you. It’s simple and easy to get involved[…]Read more →
Occupy Our Neighbourhoods at OccupyLSX at St Paul’s
This Saturday’s lunchtime General Assembly at 1pm Occupy London will be preparing for Occupy Everywhere Day (Thursday 15 December). You are invited to come along, get involved, and help to plan together anything from info stalls to guerrilla gardening, flash mobs to teach outs, with the aim[…]
Saturday 10 December is the International Day of Human Rights. On this symbolic date, Occupy London wants to answer a recent call for an International Day of Action.
At OccupyLSX by St Paul’s Cathedral, we will devote the WEEKEND to explore the state of human rights around the world, and to rethink them critically for[…]
Occupy London are due at the High Court on the 19th to defend our case against the City of London Corporation. Unlike other local authorities, the Corporation appears to have no compunction in spending six-figure sums in taking us to court.
Occupy London does not have the same resources, but we have a great legal[…]
Updated with transcript of interview at bottom
Occupy London invites people to get involved in global movement for social and economic justice
Calls people to get involved and submit witness statements in support of legal case for St Paul’s occupation – deadline 3pm today
Following the surprise thank you gig by Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, Massive[…]Read more →
Date/Time: 6-7.30pm Friday 9th December 2011
Location: Bank of Ideas
A discussion to outline the essential elements of the Bill, and show why it will lead to a full healthcare market; and how that market will mean low-quality (by today’s standards) health care, with limited cover, for most people, and a dependence on private medical[…]Read more →