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Occupy London statement regarding City of London communication

On Friday evening, our solicitor received a communication from City of London Corporation clarifying the terms of agreement proposed by the City of London to avoid litigation.

This was based on a formal proposal during a meeting between representatives of OccupyLSX and the CoL on Wednesday last week, although additional terms have now been presented.[...]

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Occupy London gets set for student demo on 9th November

Education march to come to Occupy London as fight is taken to the City, bringing together students, electricians, unions, anti cuts campaigners and others
Expect lively teach out from Occupy London; Rise Against, Tom Morello and others marching with Occupy London; Plus Billy Bragg, Chumbawamba and more to perform at St Paul’s
Attendees invited to[...]

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Occupy London Gets Set for Student Demo on 9th November

Education march to come to Occupy London as fight is taken to the City, bringing together students, electricians, unions, anti cuts campaigners and others.
Expect lively teach out from Occupy London; Rise Against, Tom Morello and others marching with Occupy London; Plus Billy Bragg, Chumbawamba and more to perform at St Paul’s
Attendees invited to[...]

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Occupy London Statement on Release of St Paul's Institute Report

Occupy London is pleased that St Paul’s Institute has today released the Value and Values report that Giles Fraser was so intimately involved in putting together.
The report, based on a survey of 515 financial professionals working within the Square Mile reveals that, although those professionals regard financial incentives as extremely important, three quarters of[...]

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Occupied Spaces – Ben Roberts

http://benrobertsphotography.com/personal/occupied-spaces/
On the 15th October 2011, protestors representing the global Occupy movement set up a semi-permanent camp outside St. Paul’s Cathedral in central London. The aim of the protests is to encourage discourse and raise awareness of social and economic inequalities.[...]

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Occupy London to respond to Ed Miliband’s article in Sunday’s Observer

Occupy London welcomes Ed Miliband’s recognition that we have something important to add to the conversation about how we can make this country a better, fairer place – just as we would welcome the support of anyone else.
Writing in this Sunday’s Observer, Miliband comments: “The challenge is that they reflect a crisis of concern[...]

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This weekend's events including secret Corp of London teach out, rally for a just society & Sermon on Steps

Lots of stuff happening at Occupy London this weekend – at both the London Stock Exchange site by St Paul’s and at our Finsbury Square site. So we thought we better put together a quick list.
 
Saturday 5th November
 

10.30am – Cairo activists: Egypt the revolution continues at Tent City University (TCU)- Talk by some[...]

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Caroline Lucas, John Pilger and others at OccupyLSX today

This Saturday, as Occupy London Stock Exchange (OccupyLSX) marks its three week anniversary, it will host a rally at St Paul’s Churchyard calling for a fairer, more just society.

Beginning at 2pm, prominent speakers will advocate a range of progressive alternatives for the 99% who have been forced to help pay for a crisis that[...]

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Important Occupy London call for welfare assistance

After just over two weeks, our tented city standing in the protective shadow of St Paul’s Cathedral is a becoming a real community. But we are still part of London and we share some of the problems of that great city.
London is the 5th wealthiest city in the world and one of the world’s[...]

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