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Occupy London reps visit St Peter's Church, Bethnal Green

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[...]

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Occupy London calls for an end to tax havens, for lobbying transparency and personal accountability for executives

Initial statement of Corporations Policy Group ratified by Occupy London’s General Assembly
Occupy London asks corporations to engage in dialogue working together to create a socially responsible and sustainable economic system.

As Chancellor George Osborne prepares to set out his Autumn Statement on Tuesday, Occupy London – a diverse group of people coming together to[...]

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Surprise visit from No to Bike Parking Fines bikers to OccupyLSX

Sitting in Tent City University earlier today, we suddenly heard the revving of lots of bikes and lots of people ran out to see what was happening.
In a surprise visit, about a 100 or so bikers came to Occupy London, to show their solidarity and stopped for 10 minutes or so, revving their engines[...]

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Occupy London rep speaking at 42nd Anniversary Event of The News Line

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The City versus the tented city of Occupy London – trial date set for 19 December

“While the City focuses on little piece of land, Occupy is concerned with creating a more just society”

As students across the UK take to the streets and start their own occupations in order to highlight austerity cuts, supporters of Occupy London were at the High Court this morning in order to begin their defence[...]

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Occupy LSX Case Management Conference Tomorrow

The case management conference for the City of London Corporation’s legal proceedings against Occupy London Stock Exchange will be taking place at the High Court at 10.30am. The CMC is an initial stage which focuses on settling the timetable for the hearings to come.
There will be a peaceful gathering outside St. Paul’s Cathedral at[...]

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Come join Occupy London for the passing of the City of London Corporation deadline

WHEN: Today from 5.00pm
WHERE: OccupyLSX, between St Paul’s Cathedral and the London Stock Exchange
WHO: John Cooper QC, and Occupy London supporters
WHAT: At 5pm Occupy London’s barrister John Cooper QC will explain the legal significance of today’s 6pm deadline of the City of London Corporation’s ’notice to leave’.
There will also be further[...]

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Occupy London responds to City of London Corporation notice; Alleged assault

Occupy London acknowledges receipt of the ‘notice to remove’ issued by the City of London Corporation. Our legal team is studying the document carefully. [1]
Last week, Occupy London presented our formal response to the City of London Corporation. We have never received a response to this offer. Instead, the Corporation has opted to break[...]

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Police use unprovoked force against peaceful Occupy London campaigners

Yesterday evening (Monday), a number of supporters of Occupy London, campaigners for social and economic justice, staged a peaceful direct action outside the Guildhall, while the new Lord Mayor David Wooton entertained David and Samantha Cameron at his annual banquet. Other guests included Theresa May, the archbishop of Canterbury and the bishop of London.
The[...]

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