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Update – Date TBC for OccupyLSX in High Court

We have just received the notification below. We will update here as soon as we hear any further news.
Occupy London
Judicial Office ST 117 13/01/2012 [For Immediate Release]
Diary Date Advisory Note – St Pauls’/Occupy judgment
I’ve been asked to advise you that judgment in this case will NOT be given on Monday 16[...]

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Sunday 11.30am at OccupyLSX: Back to Work – Diagnosing the Emotional State of the Nation

When: 11.30am Sunday 15 January
Where: Tent City University at Occupy London Stock Exchange by St Paul’s
First of four Sunday discussions called PsychoPolitics: Occupy the Madness organised by Occupy London Welfare and Well-Being on the connections between the political and the psychological – with speakers. 
How do we live together, work together, protest together,[...]

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Noon Friday: Occupy London to deliver message to Brookfield Asset Management in protest at the one per cent

When: Midday – 2pm Friday 13 January
Where: Brookfield Asset Management, 23 Hanover Sq, London 
Brookfield Asset Management is a company typical of the one per cent. International property developers, hugely rich, tax avoiders. They bank in the Bahamas. They also own Zuccotti Park in New York, where Occupy Wall St was based prior to[...]

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Video – Occupy London welcomes back Parliament with ‘executive pay’ teach out at FSA in Canary Wharf

*** Updated with video of the Occupy London Criminal Investigation Unit’s executive pay ‘teach out’ with occupiers, Labour peer Lord Maurice Glasman, Conservative MP for Wycombe Steve Baker, Gordon Kerr, a whistle-blowing former banker who now heads up consultancy Cobden Partners. ***

Pre event press release:

All invited to join Occupy London’s Criminal Investigation Unit’s[...]

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First 2012 edition of The Occupied Times now out

Issue #8 of The Occupied Times has just been published; seeing an expansion in format from sixteen to twenty pages. As usual, 2000 copies of Occupy London’s independent newspaper have been printed and will be distributed from the four London occupations over the weekend.
The latest issue features a front-page story on the birth of[...]

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Upcoming Occupy London events! Come & get involved

Occupy London – part of the global movement for social and economic justice – kicks off 2012 with a wealth of free events and activities for Londoners to come and get involved in.
Thursday 5 January

1pm – Would St Paul the Tentmaker have camped with Occupy? With Juliet Kilpin at Earl Street Community Centre.[...]

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Wednesday – Jesse Jackson @ OccupyLSX on lessons from US Civil Rights movement and Dr Martin Luther King

“Occupy the Future: Learning lessons from the US Civil Rights movement and the philosophy of Dr Martin Luther King” with Reverend Jesse Jackson, Lee Jasper of Black Activists Rising Against the Cuts and Occupy London activists.
This discussion will focus around tactics, lessons learned and how to take our movement forward. Please join us for[...]

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Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at Occupy London

On Friday 30 December, over 150 people gathered together at the west entrance ofSt Paul’s Cathedral for a special public reading of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, especially adapted for Occupy London by playwright Timberlake Wertenbaker.

Full video coming shortly – in the meantime do also check out the video below by John Leland Whiting:[...]

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Occupy Justice in court tomorrow

Occupy Justice will themselves be in court tomorrow (Tuesday) morning at 10.30am at Clerkenwell and Shoreditch County Court, Gee St, London EC1V 3RE.
Mastcraft Ltd, owners of the grade II listed building since 2006 without moving forward with any development plans, are seeking an interim possession order.
Occupy Justice, which is housed in the abandoned[...]

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