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Occupy London takes over empty UBS bank

London Guardian
November 18, 2011

Occupy London protesters have taken over an abandoned office block near Liverpool Street station in central London belonging to investment bank UBS in an escalation of their protests against the banking sector and the government’s response to the financial crisis.

Yesterday the Corporation of London gave the protesters until 6pm to leave their camp at St Paul’s Cathedral. The deadline came and went without them moving and high court proceedings are expected to be brought today, although they may take months to conclude.

Occupy give their reasons for the “public repossession” of the UBS building here.

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Posted in Protests & Civil Disobedience.

Tagged with banking, London, London Guardian, Occupy London, UBS.

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