On Monday, over 100 zombie bankers from OccupyLSX and OccupyLFS took to the streets of Central London for the Zombie Bank Run. The zombies halted a busy traffic intersection dancing to Michael Jackson’s Thriller. They then moved on to shut down a RBS bank branch before heading to the RBS headquarters and forcing the 83%[...]Read more →
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“As members of the British Jewish community, we wish to support the ‘Occupy
London’ movement and its current bases at St Paul’s and Finsbury Square. We
welcome the movement’s openness, pluralism and commitment to imagining a more just
world. We see this as fulfilling many of the precepts of Judaism, such as the
It’s time for the Zombie Bank Run – on Monday 31st October 2011 (tomorrow) meet at 1pm for make-up at St Paul’s Cathedral – for the run at 3pm. Come dressed as a Zombie Banker (old clothes advisable)!!
The route will be supplied on the day, but this is going to be ‘Thrilling’!
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OccupyLSX: London Occupation
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‘Time for us all to focus on the real issues’ says Dean of St Paul’s as[...]
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/exclusive-coverup-at-st-pauls-2377923.html[...]Read more →
With Occupy London approaching its third weekend in occupation, a special event is being planned to bring people together from different faiths, beliefs, denominations as well as those with no faith, at 3pm Saturday 29th October at St Paul’s.
Dubbed ‘Sermon on the Steps’, the event is part of Occupy London’s campaign to raise awareness[...]
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Occupy London: Come to City of London’s PUBLIC MEETING re: eviction of OccupyLSX. Plus response to Bishop of London’s ‘invitation’ to debate
This morning (Friday)[...]
Download your own copy in PDF format here: Occupied Times Issue One PDF
The Occupied Times of London, the independent newspaper of the Occupy London has launched its first edition. At the launch, held on the steps of St Paul’s, the first copy was handed over to the Museum of London who will frame and[...]
Occupy London is aware that the police attended the London Stock Exchange camp at St Paul’s Churchyard at 5.30pm, following an anonymous tip off that there was an alleged firearm on site in a tent.
Occupy London co-operated with the police to resolve the situation and we can confirm that no weapons were found anywhere[...]