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Occupy Revival, 2 years after OLSX eviction

At an Occupy Assembly on March 1st 2014, two years after the Occupy London Stock Exchange camp was evicted from the City of London, Occupy activists reclaimed the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral.
Joined by peace and environmental campaigners, anti-fracking protectors, union reps, individuals concerned about local and global injustices – and curious passers’-by –[...]

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Occupy London at St Paul’s, Sat March 1st

Join us for our first General Assembly of 2014 on March 1st at 3pm, on the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral.
This assembly marks two years since the Occupy London Stock Exchange camp was evicted.
Everyone is welcome to join us. We don’t expect thousands to show up on March 1st, but perhaps this could[...]

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Bank of IDEAS Open Day, with Earthian, Graeber & Artist Taxi Driver

Saturday, the 8th of February, 2014 marked the opening day of the Free Education Space at 238 Gray’s Inn Road, London, WC1X 8HB. A commercial space in Camden that has been derelict for almost a decade. The Bank of IDEAS has liberated the place for the education of the public.
Earthian: One man’s Global Peace[...]

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New Radical Occupation in Central London

Students, Workers and the Occupy Movement Join Forces and Open A Free Education Space In Central London on Saturday the 8th of Feb at 2:00pm. 
238 Gray’s Inn Road, London, WC1X 8HB
This Free Education Space is hosted by The Bank of Ideas, a name taken from the 2011 occupation of the UBS head quarters.[...]

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CUT FARES, NOT STAFF!

The campaign group Hands Off London Transport (HOLT) is organising a series of public meetings outside tube stations, in support of the fight against closure of ticket offices and the ending of Oyster cards proposed for the London Underground by Boris Johnson. The first meeting will be outside Kings Cross Station on Friday 31st January[...]

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OccupyLondon January Newsletter 2014

Dear Occupy Supporter,
2013 saw Occupy London working for social, economic and environmental justice locally, nationally and internationally. 2014 looks to be even busier.
There’s a lot to take issue with, from unjust cuts to public services and welfare, to an unsustainable dash to frack our countryside, and unprecedented revelations about global surveillance.
Paul Mason,[...]

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HMP Brixton – Global Noise Demo for Prisoner Solidarity.

By Teejay, for Occupy London Media. 31/12/2013.
I arrived at Jebb Avenue, about 7pm, and there were only a handful of people, at the start. We started to march down around 7.30pm, We made as much noise as we could with Pots, Pans and drums
It was peaceful, everyone was listening to speeches and people[...]

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WORLD PROTESTS 2006-2013 ANALYSIS

This open letter was sent to the EUinCrisis@lists.corporateeurope.org by Isabel Ortiz, Sara Burke, Mohamed Berrada and Hernan Cortes and forwarded to Occupy London.
Dear friends
In case this escaped your attention, we reviewed 843 protests occurring between January 2006 and July 2013 in 87 countries covering over 90% of world population. The paper focuses on:[...]

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REGULATION – NONE OF OUR BUSINESS

Original Post in the Corporate Europe Observatory
(http://corporateeurope.org)

December 16th 2013
Trade

A leaked EU negotiating proposal [1] for the far-reaching free trade agreement with the US reveals the European Commission’s plans to fundamentally change the way regulations to protect consumers, labour and the environment will be adopted in the future. The proposal follows a[...]

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