Where did Occupy go?
What happened to all your noise?
You started with cymbals, and songs and with speeches
and passionate statements and thousands of people.
Where did Occupy go? You speak like children…
Like Occupy came out of nothing and vanished before you;
Insubstantial as the shredded ripstock in municipal land fill.
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Where did Occupy go?
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[...]
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. 
Tuesday’s tour will begin at 25 Bank Street, the building vacated[...]
Occupy London calls for national day of non-violent creative direct action highlighting social and economic injustice
Invites concerned citizens across the UK to get involved
On 15 December, the two month anniversary of the start of its first site in St Paul’s Churchyard, Occupy London – part of the global movement for social and economic[...]Read more →
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[...]
Today the City of London Corporation announced that they intend to recommence their legal action against us under the Highways Act.
As a movement, Occupy London believes in bringing divergent views together in a spirit of open discussion, with the intention of reaching consensus. We are therefore disappointed that the City of London Corporation has [...]
Open discussion is at the heart of our Occupation and our decision-making process. The more people we can involve in our debates, the stronger and more representative the results will be.
Occupy London wants to operate and conduct our discussions in a safe anti-oppressive space – whether offline or online – that is welcoming, engaging[...]
Occupy London will be holding ‘A tour of shame’ as part of the International Day to defend the Egyptian Revolution  at 3pm 12th November, starting from its London Stock Exchange (Occuplsx) camp just by St Paul’s Cathedral.
Covering central London, the tour will visit three of the offices of the Arms Dealers who accompanied[...]