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[...]Read more →
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[...]
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 [...]Read more →
Occupy Everywhere on December 15th. Get creative!
We are everywhere — and we need YOU! Occupy spaces in your own communities, and come play with us if you can on December 15th . . . playing in the streets is serious business.
Make yourselves visible, start your own actions! Occupy your street corners, libraries,[...]
“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[...]
In light of recent sensationalist stories in the media sparked by the publication of the City of London Corporation’s legal bundle detailing a naturally one sided picture of the camp at St Paul’s Churchyard, Occupy London wanted to take this opportunity to provide an update on its welfare initiative.
Occupy London welcomes volunteers, particularly those[...]
On Tuesday 7 December, just before representatives from Occupy London were due to meet the FSA’s CEO Hector Sants, the City of London Corporation delivered a set of documents to the legal team representing Occupy London.  These documents were released on the Corporation’s website and it appears that media were also alerted.
Missed the first tour? Don’t worry – because Occupy London Tours is back with…
THE CANARY WHARF EXPERIENCE
Tuesday 13th December, 18.00
Canary Wharf – one of the hottest destinations that London has to offer. Marvel at the sights and sounds of the UK’s newest financial district, from tax avoidance and bonus bonanzas to financial[...]
You might not be able to share a full witness statement in support of Occupy LSX, but you can still help out by taking part in our Twitter campaign: #OccupyWord. All you have to do is share your one word that best describes the Occupy movement for you. It’s simple and easy to get involved[...]Read more →