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On Wednesday 30 November, Occupy London – part of the global movement for social and economic justice – sent a message to Mick Davis, CEO of Xstrata: As the highest paid director of any FTSE 100 company, we will not let your outrageous income go unnoticed. 
Occupy London supporters staged a highly memorable action[…]
Occupy London – part of the global movement for social and economic justice – today highlighted the corporate greed endemic in the UK and called for a change within society.
About 60 protestors gained entry into the offices of mining company Xstrata, a ‘leading light’ of the FTSE 100 and British industry to highlight the[…]
Occupy London – the movement for social and economic justice – calls concerned citizens to meet at Piccadilly Circus at 3pm.
Further information will be advised at the meeting point at that time.
Follow @occupylsx for updates on twitter; hashtag #occupylsx #occupyn30[…]
Bankers organisation Bankers4Boris today called on Chancellor George Osborne to adopt a range of Boris Johnson’s policies in his autumn budget statement.
The group of bankers believe that, given the long-standing friendship between Osborne and Johnson, they should keep learning from each other on how to deal with the bottom 99%.
Bankers4Boris spokesman Ivor Lotadosh[…]
For full event listings, please visit:
http://occupylsx.org/?page_id=176 (for events at OccupyLSX – St Paul’s and OccupyLFS – Finsbury Square)
http://www.bankofideas.org.uk/events/ (for events at the Bank of Ideas)
This week’s General Assemblies: 7pm every day at Occupy London Stock Exchange site by the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral
Tuesday: Decentralisation (initial discussion) – The first chance[…]Read more →
Occupy London Stock Exchange camp at St Paul’s Churchyard got a surprise visit from Alan Bennett, when he dropped in for a tour of the camp on Friday and had a cup of tea at the Tea and Empathy Tent.
To the camp’s delight, Alan was able to spent a little time and read a[…]
On Sunday 27 November, Tanya and Mark, representatives from Occupy London’s Multifaith and Belief working group, went to speak to the congregation of St Peter’s Church in Bethnal Green as part of an ongoing invitation from the Church to the camp.
The Revd Angus Richie and Revd Adam Atkinson facilitated this as a friendly interview[…]