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Christians are continuing with plans for a ring of prayer at the eviction of Occupy London Stock Exchange, even if the bailiffs are sent in at night-time
Legal action by the City of London Corporation to evict the Occupy camp at St Paul's Cathedral is "draconian", the Court of Appeal has heard.
A group of clergy, academics, and church-related figures have written to the Dean and Chapter of St Paul’s Cathedral in London, asking them to make clear their opposition to a forcible eviction of Occupy supporters from outside the Cathedral.
The following letter is being sent this week to the Dean and Chapter of St Paul’s Cathedral, with a copy to the Bishop of London, the Rt Rev Richard Chartres.
Police in London have moved in to evict Occupy supporters from the empty UBS building which has housed the alternative 'Bank of Ideas' project.
Quakers in Geneva have spoken out strongly against the "unethical behaviour" of banks and other financial institutions based in their own country.
Occupy London has left the office block it took over at the weekend, after finding out that it was indeed in the process of renovation for domestic use.
Occupy London, itself battling eviction from outside St Paul's Cathedral, has repossessed Roman House, an abandoned financial services office building.
Over 250 people have already pledged to join a circle of prayer around the Occupy camp near St Paul's Cathedral if it faces forced removal by bailiffs or police.
The OLSX High Court ruling comes on the heels of the failed attempt by the Metropolitan Police to clear the entire Parliament Square protest camp.