Occupy the London Stock Exchange **** Update 7 June – The Finsbury Square occupation has been granted a stay of execution until Friday 15 June to lodge an appeal. Pop down, show support, bring supplies (food, bedding, cleaning stuff etc) *** Finsbury Square eviction The potential forceful eviction of the Occupy London Finsbury Square camp is expected to happen in the early hours in the next few days, with residents choosing to mark the eviction with peaceful resistance. The potential eviction follows Justice Hickinbottom ruling on Friday at the High Court that Islington Borough Council has the right to repossess the public space post Jubilee Bank Holiday. Tom McCarthy, a resident at Finsbury Square said: “This camp makes a political statement about our society. Occupy the London Stock Exchange
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Occupy the London Stock Exchange #CopsOffCampus SOLIDARITY ASSEMBLY Universities are public institutions, yet practicing democratic rights within them is fast becoming a punishable offence, as university management increasingly allow the police to protect their policies o...f privatisation. This is yet another example of how austerity has to be enforced by violence. But, this is not just about the right to protest: it is also about fair contracts for outsourced workers and fair pay for staff. It is about stopping the sell-off of of student loans to loan sharks. Occupy the London Stock Exchange
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Occupy London follows occupation movements from across the worldPolice ask Julian Assange 'to remove mask' he was wearingProtesters had wanted to 'take' Paternoster Square - but it has been closedTents now being put up in the Square MileProtests contained within City area and currently not spreadingTwo arrests made for 'assaults on police officers' By Lee Moran Updated: 18:04 GMT, 15 October 2011 Protesters inspired by the growing 'Occupy Wall Street' movement in the U.S have today taken over the City of London. Thousands have descended on the area known as the Square Mile - under the banner 'Occupy the Stock Exchange' - for a 'peaceful protest' against the global financial system. They had planned to take Paternoster Square, where the Stock Exchange is located, but police cordoned off the area prior to the protest. A notice was put up stating the square is private property and access would be restricted. Global protests: Occupy the London Stock Exchange takes over the City Global protests: Occupy the London Stock Exchange takes over the City
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Occupy London: eviction notices attached to tents outside St Paul's | UK news Occupy London: eviction notices attached to tents outside St Paul's | UK news An eviction notice hangs on a tent outside St Paul's Cathedral. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images The City of London Corporation has attached eviction notices to tents outside St Paul's Cathedral, telling activists to move them from the public highways by 6pm on Thursday or face legal action. It is the latest development in a month-long saga that has pitted the protest movement Occupy London against the corporation, the local authority for the Square Mile, and St Paul's. Both institutions own the land around the church but only the corporation is pressing ahead with court proceedings. The notice is addressed to "each and every person taking part in and/or having erected tents or other structures at St Paul's Churchyard EC4".
Channel 4: Talks between the City of London Corporation and the demonstrators outside St Pauls Cathedral have broken down. .
While the shape and timing of any withdrawal still needs to be ironed out in a meeting with the cathedral this week, there was "widespread consensus" on the move, a source within the site in the City of London said. It comes as a High Court challenge to evict the 150 or so camped demonstrators begins today, with protesters believing that an exit on their own terms will cement goodwill for a movement that has resonated with many. The source said: "There is widespread consensus that resources at the camp are stretched, and concerns about the long-term viability of the site. We are looking at restructuring and how best to use our other sites." Any compromise would allow the Church to save face after a crisis which saw the cathedral close for the first time since the Blitz and the resignation of the Dean of St Paul's and its canon chancellor, Giles Fraser. Protesters call end to occupation of St Paul's - Home News - UK Protesters call end to occupation of St Paul's - Home News - UK
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