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.
In yesterday’s edition of the Independent, Tom Hodgkinson wrote a positive and thoughtful review of his experiences at the Occupy London Stock Exchange camp, and came to the conclusion that the Occupy protest was a fundamentally Christian one.
While it is easy to see how one might come to this conclusion, one must ask, does[…]
As part of Occupy London’s events marking this Remembrance weekend, this evening sees the UK documentary film premiere of The Welcome, a healing journey for war veterans and their families.
Organised by Occupy London’s Remembrance Day working group. the film will be shown at 9pm tonight (Saturday 12th November 2011) at Occupy London’s Tent City[…]
Unveils plans for the ‘NOT the Lord Mayor’s Show’, as a response to the power of the undemocratically elected Lord Mayor of the City of London. Speakers include occupiers, David Harvey (City University of New York) and John McDonnell MP, plus host of performers.
In an addition to the traditional ceremonies of the day, the[…]
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NB. Occupy London has just received the following from Evershed LLP on behalf of Transport for London. We would ask that people take note.
We wrote to you on 10 November regarding your use of the TfL Roundel as part of the logo for Occupy London. TfL was appreciative that[…]
Occupy London will be holding ‘A tour of shame’ as part of the International Day to defend the Egyptian Revolution  at 3pm 12th November, starting from its London Stock Exchange (Occuplsx) camp just by St Paul’s Cathedral.
Covering central London, the tour will visit three of the offices of the Arms Dealers who accompanied[…]
The General Assembly of Occupy London has this morning communicated the following to the City of London Corporation via its lawyer Paul Ridge of Bindmans.
Occupy London would like to emphasise that, as part of the global movement for real democracy challenging social and econonomic injustice, its interests are broader than matters pertaining to the[…]
Occupy London – part of the global movement for real democracy aiming to challenge social and economic injustice in the UK and beyond – will join war veterans this Remembrance weekend at St Paul’s Cathedral, to show respect to all those who lost their lives in both World Wars and other conflicts.
“Occupiers, veterans and[…]Read more →
Saturday 12/11/11, 3pm St Paul’s
Occupy London is calling for ‘A tour of shame’ on the 12th of November, starting at St Pauls at 3pm, as it is the International Day to defend the Egyptian Revolution. We will be touring central London, visiting 3 of the 6 Arms Dealers who accompanied David Cameron to Cairo[…]