While Climate Change: The Elephant in the Polling Booth (2pm-6pm) is series of speakers and workshops on why we need system change if we are to effectively tackle climate change.
Asad Rehman from Friends of the Earth will set out the big picture,
Mel Strickland will run a workshop on Reclaim The Power,[…]Read more →
The authorities massively over-reacted to the erection of a single tent in Parliament Square today at 1pm when around 50 police surrounded the tent and then arrested three of the occupants. Observers say that around ten police were involved in the arrest of each person. Police then confiscated the tent.
Occupy Democracy  have been[…]Read more →
Ridding politicians of vested interests and second jobs so they represent their constituents will be the focus of the day, while a direct action and series of workshops will focus on why we need system change to tackle climate change.
Occupy Gandhi (12pm) will be a peaceful direct action underneath the[…]Read more →
Jacky Davis radiologist and author of NHS for Sale – myths lies and deception on “How They Are Privatising the NHS Without our Consent”
PFI repayments are legally protected, and take priority over treating patients or paying staff!! source:
Tamasin Cave director of Spinwatch and author of A Quiet Word: Lobbying, Crony[…]
A day focusing on our demands to end corporate lobbying and reform funding of political parties starts with Tom Lines on the corporate lobbyists pushing for the secretive TTIP trade deal and it’s frightening implications for democracy (12pm)
Further reading. The City, the banks and the EU – all in it together
A day devoted to our demands for proportional representation and a citizen-led constitutional convention. We’ll look at the body politic – from Magna Carta to a new constitution, via a game of anti monopoly and guerrilla gardening. Join us at 10am to make Monopoloy and Anti-Monopoloy games followed by a creative direct action[…]
Occupy Mayday: Occupy Democracy at Parliament Square.
The Occupation of Parliament Square was decided to start on Mayday, International Workers Day and to bookend the General Election 2015. Politics is too important to be left to the politicians.
What will change before the elections and after the elections? Out of the 650 Constituencies, only 100[…]
Occupy Democracy 30th April 2015.
Occupy Democracy Mayday started early on the 30th of April by Occupying the statues around Parliament Square Gardens.
“Reform Party Funding so that parliament act for the 99% not the 1%” #occupydemocracy
There are six signs representing six core demands:
1./ Reform of party funding so that members of parliament[…]
Bailiffs, in almost identical uniform as cops, illegally smashed into Parker Street squat and evicted us yesterday. We had previously managed to defended our selves from security thugs who were trying to force entry and deny access to the building. We had held our own and reclaimed access after a scuffle. Cops were called (not[…]Read more →