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Support Occupy London at the High Court tomorrow: the decision is in

The High Court judgment in the case brought against Occupy London Stock Exchange by the City of London Corporation will be handed down tomorrow, Wednesday 18 January, at 2pm in Court 25.
We invite all those who care about the outcome of the case to join us outside the Royal Courts of Justice from 1.30pm.[...]

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Preview – The Occupied Times issue #9

Issue #9 of The Occupied Times comes out this week, packed full of the usual news, analysis and comment pieces.

News this week focuses on the pending High Court ruling and OccupyLSX’s own Occupy Justice, an art-protest against oil companies involving a block of arctic ice, and Finsbury Square’s transition into an eco-village.

The latest[...]

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City of London Guildhall Cleaners support Occupy London

City of London Guildhall Cleaners have declared support for Occupy London – part of the global movement for social and economic justice – as it prepares for the High Court today to defend its tented occupation at St Paul’s Churchyard just by the London Stock Exchange, against the legal action brought by the City of[...]

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Occupy London asks St Paul’s – which side are you on?

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. [1] These documents were released on the Corporation’s website and it appears that media were also alerted.
These documents[...]

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Help Occupy London in the High Court – deadline for witness statements is 3pm on Friday

Occupy London are due at the High Court on the 19th to defend our case against the City of London Corporation. Unlike other local authorities, the Corporation appears to have no compunction in spending six-figure sums in taking us to court.
Occupy London does not have the same resources, but we have a great legal[...]

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Bank of Ideas vs UBS – total breakdown of fair procedure by UBS; 24hrs stay of execution

The Bank of Ideas was at the High Court today to hear Mr Justice Roth’s verdict on the two separate cases launched by UBS against the arts and community space, the Bank of Ideas. [1]
Mr Justice Roth did not set aside the injunction or the possession order but accepted that the claims made by[...]

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WikiLeaks release Spy Files; Veterans for Peace call support action for Monday

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[...]

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Bank of Ideas legal update

The Bank of Ideas were at the High Court this morning to challenge a UBS ex parte injunction against “protest activities” being held at the Occupy London-associated community centre on Sun Street.
A second hearing had been scheduled for Friday 2nd December to hear arguments related to a UBS possession order on the property.  In[...]

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