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 →
When: Sat 10th December, 2011 – From 12.30 onwards (NB. time may alter slightly)
Where: Occupy London Stock Exchange at St Paul’s Churchyard
This Saturday Professor Kevin Dowd and Gordon Kerr of Cobden Partners (consultancy firm seeking to help small to modest size nations whose banking systems have either collapsed or are in great difficulty)[…]Read more →
For full event listings, please visit: http://occupylsx.org/?page_id=176 (for events at St Paul’s and Finsbury Square), http://www.bankofideas.org.uk/events/ (for events at the Bank of Ideas)
General Assemblies: 7pm every day at St Paul’s. Do check website for changes.
Monday 12 December
The Play of the Nation-State and the Play that Comes After it That isn’t Neo-Liberal
At this Saturday’s lunchtime General Assembly at 1pm at at St Paul’s we will be preparing for Occupy Everywhere Day (Thursday 15 December).
We’d like to invite you to come along and get involved and help to plan together to anything from info stall to guerilla gardening, flashmobs to teach outs with the aim[…]
The Bank of Ideas was at the High Court today to hear Mr Justice Roth’s verdict on the two separate cases launched by UBS against the arts and community space, the Bank of Ideas. 
Mr Justice Roth did not set aside the injunction or the possession order but accepted that the claims made by[…]
Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, Massive Attack’s 3D & Tim Goldsworthy of UNKLE played a surprise thank you gig last night at Occupy London in support of the global movement for social and economic justice.
Occupy London’s alternative UBS office Xmas party featuring poets, dancers and comedians was joined by some very special anti-corporate entertainment in the[…]