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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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City of London Corporation and investment bank UBS on trial – Occupy London and the Bank of Ideas ready for High Court this Monday

This Monday 19 December looks set to be a big day for Occupy London and the Bank of Ideas as both will be appearing in court. Occupy London will be defending an action brought by the City of London Corporation to prohibit the use of tents at St Paul’s Churchyard. The Bank of Ideas will[...]

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Occupy London gathers today for Bradley Manning and this Sunday walks for peace

A day after accused WikiLeaks whistleblower Bradley Manning’s pre-trial hearing began in the US, Occupy London, UK Friends of Bradley Manning, Veterans for Peace, London Catholic Workers and others will meet today for a gathering outside the US Embassy at 2pm. 17 December marks Bradley Manning’s 24th birthday, the second that he has spent in[...]

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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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Occupy London: video interview with Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and Massive Attack’s Robert ’3D’ Del Naja; Call for all to get involved in Occupy movement

Updated with transcript of interview at bottom

Occupy London invites people to get involved in global movement for social and economic justice
Calls people to get involved and submit witness statements in support of legal case for St Paul’s occupation – deadline 3pm today

Following the surprise thank you gig by Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, Massive[...]

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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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Surprise thank you gig for Occupy London with Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, Massive Attack & Tim Goldsworthy

Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, Massive Attack’s 3D & Tim Goldsworthy of UNKLE played a surprise thank you gig last night at Occupy London in support of the global movement for social and economic justice.
Occupy London’s alternative UBS office Xmas party featuring poets, dancers and comedians was joined by some very special anti-corporate entertainment in the[...]

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Occupy London launches Guided Tours of London’s Financial Centres

Occupy London today launches ‘Occupy London Tours’, a group offering guided tours of Britain’s most iconic financial centres. The first tour, on Tuesday, will lead visitors around Canary Wharf, with future tours planned for the City of London and hedge funds in Mayfair. [1]
Tuesday’s tour will begin at 25 Bank Street, the building vacated[...]

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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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