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Occupy London to put the one per cent on trial as it brings abandoned court back to life

As Occupy London Stock Exchange occupation prepares to present its case at the High Court today, Occupy London supporters have liberated a disused court house – Old Street Magistrate’s Court – in London‘s East End alongside a group of military veterans, Occupy Veterans.
The opening of Occupy London’s fourth occupation, will see the movement conducting[...]

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Big Green Day this Sunday at St Paul’s – Occupying for people and planet

On Sunday 18 December, Occupy London will hold an event on environment and the economy. The event will take place in the camp at St Paul’s from 10am to late evening featuring expert speakers, debates, workshops, films, art and poetry. [1]
 
Speakers include Andrew Simms (New Economics Foundation), Ann Pettifor (Green New Deal Group), Joe[...]

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Bank of Ideas offers UBS £5 for continued use of its building; ‘Save Our Shelter’ exhibition; pensioners support

The Bank of Ideas prepares to return to the High Court on Monday 19 December having been granted an appeal to get UBS’ injunction discharged
Launches ‘Save Our Shelter’ Exhibition
Occupy London announces news about UBS’s claims that the current rateable value of the Bank of ideas building is just 5 pounds
‘Shared Appreciation Mortgage’[...]

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Occupy London horses around in the City; tells Lloyds enough is enough – no more taking taxpayers for a ride

Jesse Jackson and others to speak at St Paul’s at 3pm today
Occupy London announce meeting point for 6pm action is Piccadilly Circus
Update on Occupy Everywhere across the UK

Today, 15 December (#D15), Occupy London, as part of its day of creative action – Occupy Everywhere – targeted Lloyds Banking Group, with some equine[...]

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Bank of Ideas this Friday – launch of ‘Save our Shelter’ Exhibition

As the Bank of Ideas prepares to return to the High Court on Monday 19 December, having been granted an appeal to get UBS’ injunction discharged, this Friday sees it launch the ‘Save our Shelter’ Exhibition – an extensive mixed media exhibition on the history of squatting, giving the inside story, countering much of the[...]

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Occupy Everywhere this Thursday #D15; Jesse Jackson to visit; an East London church shows how to Occupy Everywhere

Occupy London releases schedule for Occupy Everywhere, including visit of Jesse Jackson to St Paul’s this Thursday at 3pm

Launches new Occupy toolkit for communities around the UK; Invites you to get creative and get involved

Check out All Hallow’s Church in Bow, East London, who have a tent in their nativity scene, in support[...]

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Enough is Enough! Occupy London announces mass sing-up on steps of St Paul’s Cathedral

At 6.30 – 7.30pm Wednesday 21 December, supporters of Occupy London present ‘Enough is Enough! A mass sing up on the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral’, a piece of tuneful direct action that promises to bring together hundreds of concerned individuals.
Occupy London invites all to get involved in support of the Occupy London Stock[...]

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Occupy London calls for financial support for The Occupied Times as it expands coverage and analysis

Plans to double in size and to be published fortnightly, with more space dedicated to in depth debate and analysis, and the website focusing on breaking news

Issue 7 to be printed in time for the Occupy Everywhere day of action on 15 December

Occupy London invites donations to support the ongoing print publication of [...]

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“Voices of Resistance” on Resonance FM 104.4

“Voices of Resistance”, hosted by Felix, with Dan and George from OccupyLSX, airs on Resonance FM 104.4 (Central London) today (Monday) from 3-4pm and will be available online from http://resonancefm.com/.
On todays s’how, there will be comments from Caroline Lucas, Leader of the Green Party, who visited Occupy London and talked at the Bank of[...]

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