Q&A with George Barda from this week’s issue of The Occupied Times. If any other occupiers would like to submit comment, do contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Occupied Times: What was the legal substance of the case?
George: The legal position I advanced was that the alleged harms accompanying the presence of the camp were negligible compared with[...]
Archive for ‘An Occupier’s Perspective’
Submitted by Dan Ashman, Litigant-in-Person in the case of City of London Corporation v Occupy London.
I felt compelled to stand as a litigant-in-person; it was not an intellectual decision. At first I felt no fear. Later, even the possibility of having debts of tens of thousands of pounds wasn’t enough to deter[...]
From the Tech Tent based at the Occupy London Stock Exchange occupation just by St Paul’s Cathedral, Radio Occupy was born recently bringing a range of perspectives related to sociopolitical and economic injustice to the airwaves.
All are invited to get involved and we’d like to help you get your voice on the airwaves through[...]
Occupier Steve Rushton, who has been involved since late October camping at OccupyLSX, submitted the letter below to the Leveson Enquiry. You can submit entries here. Steve is currently writing a PhD criticising Neoliberalism from an indigenous perspective. From Southampton, Steve has also provided legal support to Dan Ashman as part of the OccupyLSX legal[...]Read more →
We are starting a new section on the website which aims to give the varied and diverse voices of Occupy London an increased presence on the website. Below is the first submission from one of the occupiers - Steve Rushton – who has been involved since late October camping at OccupyLSX.
Steve’s letter, which has[...]