Occupy London is aware that the police attended the London Stock Exchange camp at St Paul’s Churchyard at 5.30pm, following an anonymous tip off that there was an alleged firearm on site in a tent.
Occupy London co-operated with the police to resolve the situation and we can confirm that no weapons were found anywhere[...]
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Occupied Times of London – the independent newspaper of Occupy London launches
The Occupied Times of London, the independent newspaper of the[...]
JOIN US: FRIDAY 28 OCTOBER for a pleasant afternoon cycle around your favourite London destinations from the Monopoly board game. Mixed-in, of course, with a liberal helping of the City’s financial institutions and regulatory bodies – which collectively play games with our financial future.
BRING: A safe bike (with lights if possible). Alternatively, bikes will[...]
We are deeply moved to hear that Giles Fraser has resigned. He is man of great personal integrity and our thoughts are with him.
From the moment, Occupy London arrived at St. Paul’s Churchyard he respected our right to protest and defended it.
For that we are very grateful, as he ensured that St Paul’s[...]
OccupyLSX welcomes today’s statement from St Paul’s in which they announced it is highly likely that they will re-open to tourist and worshippers on Friday 28th October.
Tanya Paton said: “It’s tremendous that St Paul’s have decided to reopen. We’ve have always wanted them to reopen and we’ve always been keen to resume dialogue with[...]
Co facilitator: Josh
Introduction to process and hand gestures.
Tribute to volunteers that moved tents today
Volunteers needed for a music video on Saint Paul’s steps after GA
SWP Journalist ‘Bat’ provides feedback from Occupy NY
Funday planned for 29th October 12:00-16:00
Oakland Occupation solidarity
Former Bishop of[...]
A group of mothers and children from Cambridge has issued an invitation to every mother in the UK to join them today, Wednesday 26th October at Occupy London Stock Exchange at St Paul’s Churchyard. This is an opportunity to find out more about the camp, which is part of the global movement for real democracy[...]Read more →
OccupyLSX was surprised to hear The Telegraph and others reporting this morning that 90% of our tents are empty overnight. This is simply not the case. We try to keep vacancy to a minimum and operate a sign in/sign out system to help ensure this happens. When someone knows they will not be staying overnight,[...]Read more →
Campers at Occupy London and activists from direct action group UK Uncut joined forces to descend upon the head office of Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC) on Monday afternoon to demand the resignation of HMRC boss Dave Hartnett.
Protesters were outraged at Hartnett’s role in approving secret sweetheart deals to let mega-rich corporations[...]