The June edition of The Occupied Times is out this week, with a new format and the same dose of critical commentary and analysis our readers have come to expect.
The OT is switching to a magazine front-cover with illustrative artwork by returning artist Alex Charnley that depicts the havoc huge corporations are wreaking across[…]
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We will be having our final Pilgrimage for Justice meeting to update everyone and discuss any concerns or details that people would like to know more about, at 6pm on Wednesday the 30th May at the Friend’s Meeting House near Euston station. This will be our final group meeting before we set off for the[…]Read more →
It was decided at last Saturday’s GA that there would be no GA this Saturday, 26th May.
This is because the GA would have coincided with the UK Uncut Street Party taking place that day.
The Friday GA is planned to go ahead as usual.
Pete The Temp: outside Nick Clegg’s house.
On the 22nd of May #OccupyOil will be holding a funeral procession for Dutch Shell Oil. In a turnaround we are calling for the end of Shell’s destructive behavior throughout the world, from the west coast of Ireland to the Niger Delta.
Many people have lost their lives resisting the behavior of this unethical company.[…]
Supports Climate Justice Collective’s day of action against the Big 6 Energy companies today
Announces participation in international #ConnectTheDots environmental awareness day this weekend
Today – Big 6 Energy Bash
Following an eventful and inspiring May Day, Occupy London supporters are out in force today in support of Climate Justice Collective’s day of action. The[…]Read more →
The following statement was passed at tonight’s General Assembly, which was held outside Westminster Abbey just across the road from the Houses of Parliament:
We send our support and warm wishes to Occupy Oakland from Occupy London. We unreservedly condemn the deliberate and planned police brutality and violence inflicted on non-violent Occupy protesters, including those[…]
Occupy London would like to clarify that the building mentioned in today’s Evening Standard is not an Occupy London building.
We have received the following statement from the group that occupied the building, which they have posted on the Evening Standard’s comments section (Please note that the first paragraph of the statement has been removed[…]
With Occupy London due in the High Court on Monday 13 February to see if their application for appeal is successful, the occupations and their supporters look set to host another packed weekend of events for all to join in – some highlight events below with more to be found at http://occupylsx.org/?page_id=176.
Also expect news[…]
This week’s news has been dominated by reports of RBS heads losing honours and turning down bonuses. The public outcry at having a bank that is 82% owned by taxpayers award millions of pounds worth of share bonuses in a climate of financial austerity and falling RBS share prices, was a major force behind these[…]Read more →