Occupiers from Occupy London’s camps – at St Paul’s Courtyard and at Finsbury Square – will this weekend (19-20 November) welcome representatives from occupations across the UK, who are coming together for the first time ever.
With more than 25 occupations across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales already, delegates will begin defining the national[...]
WHEN: Today from 5.00pm
WHERE: OccupyLSX, between St Paul’s Cathedral and the London Stock Exchange
WHO: John Cooper QC, and Occupy London supporters
WHAT: At 5pm Occupy London’s barrister John Cooper QC will explain the legal significance of today’s 6pm deadline of the City of London Corporation’s ‘notice to leave’.
There will also be further[...]
Agenda for General Assembly Friday 18th November
Proposed Amendment to the Initial Statement
It was agreed by Process on Tuesday evening that this Friday’s General Assembly should be dedicated to holding a debate on following proposed amendment to the initial statement of Occupy LSX. This amendment ( pasted below, in attachment and at http://titanpad.com/XQg1sPM0zZ) was[...]
November 17th 1973: Greek people stood up against the military dictatorship
November 17th 2011: Greek people are standing up against the dictatorship of financial markets
Occupy London and the Tent City University invite you to attend an event on Thursday 17th at 8:00 pm, to shed light on the current situation in Greece through films[...]Read more →
Occupy London acknowledges receipt of the ‘notice to remove’ issued by the City of London Corporation. Our legal team is studying the document carefully. 
Last week, Occupy London presented our formal response to the City of London Corporation. We have never received a response to this offer. Instead, the Corporation has opted to break[...]
As expected, today the Occupy London Stock Exchange site (OccupyLSX) has been served with eviction notices by the City of London Corporation. We will be posting our response shortly but thought it important that you see the documents themselves as soon as possible. To aid in review of the text, here is a transcript.
Occupy London held a solidarity demonstration outside the US Embassy today (Tuesday) following the eviction of Occupy Wall Street protestors from Zucotti Park in the early hours of this morning. Occupiers unfurled a banner reading, “They cannot evict an idea” as police blocked access to the embassy.
Six American citizens from Occupy London wanted to[...]
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[...]