At 7.30pm on Wednesday 7 December, representatives from Occupy London will be in attendance at an open debate, entitled ‘Ethical Capitalism?’, drawn together by Steve Chalke MBE founder of international charity Oasis.
Hosted just a stone’s throw from the heart of government at The Oasis Centre on Westminster Bridge Road, speakers include:
Dr. Luke Bretherton,[...]Read more →
As Occupy London passes its 50th day of occupation, announces meeting with Hector Sants of the FSA, Ken Costa, former Vice-Chairman of UBS Investment Bank and Chairman of Lazard International, and the Bishop of London to discuss regulatory change, social and economic justice
Invites public to get involved in debate via interactive forum
This coming[...]Read more →
***** Final deadline 3pm 9 December *****
The Legal work group at the Occupy LSX camp at St. Paul’s has put out a call for Witness Statements from the online community to help in the upcoming eviction case that is due to start on Monday 19th December.
Legal spokesperson, Matthew Varnham, explains “A Witness Statement[...]
This week, WikiLeaks – working in association with Bugged Planet, Privacy International and media organizations from six countries – released a first selection of documents revealing the international trade in mass interception of phone and email communications, citing 160 companies by name
Across the world, mass surveillance contractors are helping intelligence agencies spy on individuals[...]
Occupy London calls for national day of non-violent creative direct action highlighting social and economic injustice
Invites concerned citizens across the UK to get involved
On 15 December, the two month anniversary of the start of its first site in St Paul’s Churchyard, Occupy London – part of the global movement for social and economic[...]Read more →
When: Sat, 3 December, 15:00 – 16:30 @ St. Pauls, Tent City University
Robert Skidelsky will speak about: Why does the system collapse? How do we recover from the present recession? How do we build a better system?[...]Read more →
On Wednesday 30 November, Occupy London – part of the global movement for social and economic justice – sent a message to Mick Davis, CEO of Xstrata: As the highest paid director of any FTSE 100 company, we will not let your outrageous income go unnoticed. 
Occupy London supporters staged a highly memorable action[...]
Occupy London – part of the global movement for social and economic justice – today highlighted the corporate greed endemic in the UK and called for a change within society.
About 60 protestors gained entry into the offices of mining company Xstrata, a ‘leading light’ of the FTSE 100 and British industry to highlight the[...]