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You, the Police and the Bailiffs: Knowing your Rights and Responsibilities

What powers do bailiffs really have?
What is a section 12 or 14 Public Order offence?
But most importantly – Having fun protesting and making our ‘Big Brother’ look like a silly billy!
Stephen R. Moore and other members of the Occupy Legal Team present the way the police are abusing their powers. i.e. Stop[...]

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Bank of Ideas eviction, Occupy London protestors and media assaulted by bailiffs, Police fail to act and uphold duty of care

Early this morning a number of concerning incidents happened affecting Occupy London supporters and media which raise questions about the police’s duty of care and failure to act on it, as well as the actions of the bailiffs – Rossendales – who were employed by investment bank UBS to evict peaceful protesters.
These incidents, which[...]

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Occupy London meets FSA and engages with the City; First statement of Economics Working Group

*** Update – minutes for the meeting with the FSA are now available at Occupy London meets FSA – Minutes 7 December 2011 ***

Following meeting with FSA, Occupy London’s Economics Working Group publishes first statement calling for banks and financial institutions to be accountable to society, a clampdown on tax avoidance and the need[...]

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Do the City of London Police really see Occupy London’s peaceful protesters as domestic extremists?

On Saturday evening Occupy London – part of the global movement for social and economic justice – was passed a rather interesting document: a “Terrorism/Extremism update for the City of London Business Community.”
Ten copies of this document were handed to Occupy London at its Bank of Ideas building by someone claiming to be a[...]

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