Monday, October 17, 2011

Occupy London 2011: Protesters Face Bankers In City Showdown

Hundreds of protesters camped out in London have entered a third day of demonstrations as the City's finance workers returned to their offices.

The Occupy London movement established the camp on Saturday and tried to force their way into the London Stock Exchange.

Lines of police officers prevented them from entering the area around the Exchange so the protest camp sprang up outside St Paul's Cathedral.

All weekend more and more tents have been erected on the pavements around the landmark.

The tented village has evolved into a well-organised community, with a food station, first-aid corner, portable toilets, structured meetings and even litter-pickers making sure the camp remains tidy. Read More