Occupy London was intrigued to learn this morning that Canary Wharf Group plc has obtained a high court injunction preventing “any persons unknown remaining on the Canary Wharf estate in connection to protest action.” We understand that this court order will remain in place indefinitely.
We would like to take this opportunity to reassure Canary[…]
Today visitors and occupiers at Occupy London Stock Exchange (OccupyLSX) will get to take part in a cross-cultural joint solidarity protest with the Syrian people. During the course of this event there will be the first ever live broadcast in the UK of a Syrian protest from an undisclosed location in Syria.
Aimed at promoting[…]
Occupy London Stock Exchange (OccupyLSX) today met with the Corporation of London at their request. There were seven representatives from OccupyLSX including its legal representative, Paul Ridge of Bindmans, and two representatives from the Corporation.
The Corporation said that they had no objection to the camp continuing until New Year, with the only condition being[…]
With this work I aimed to show another side to the Occupiers, to illustrate the level of organisation and compassion that is happening. There are no villains in this photo-series; the only city worker I photographed is depicted donating cheese to the occupiers. Instead I want the images to provoke a wider respect and understanding[…]Read more →
This morning, delegates from Occupy London Stock Exchange met with the Chapter of St Paul’s and the Bishop of London. It was a positive meeting, during which they informed us of their intention not to pursue legal action, rather their desire to work together in the call for social justice.
Both parties have agreed to[…]
On Monday, over 100 zombie bankers from OccupyLSX and OccupyLFS took to the streets of Central London for the Zombie Bank Run. The zombies halted a busy traffic intersection dancing to Michael Jackson’s Thriller. They then moved on to shut down a RBS bank branch before heading to the RBS headquarters and forcing the 83%[…]Read more →
“As members of the British Jewish community, we wish to support the ‘Occupy
London’ movement and its current bases at St Paul’s and Finsbury Square. We
welcome the movement’s openness, pluralism and commitment to imagining a more just
world. We see this as fulfilling many of the precepts of Judaism, such as the
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Occupy London has been told that the Bishop of London and Dean of St Paul’s will be at the steps of St Paul’s tomorrow from 9.30am – 12am to meet us. We are looking to hold an assembly, which we would welcome them to attend. Campers and[…]
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The Occupied Times of London, the independent newspaper of the Occupy London has launched its first edition. At the launch, held on the steps of St Paul’s, the first copy was handed over to the Museum of London who will frame and[…]