Occupy London Stock Exchange moves to St Paul’s Cathedral precinct

Occupy London Stock Exchange were prevented from gaining access to Paternoster Square by a police cordon at all entry points to the square. The square may appear to be public land but is in fact owned by the Japanese property company responsible for the whole of the Paternoster development. The protestors have now been given refuge by the Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral; part of an honourable tradition of the church providing refuge. Will liberation theology be reborn in the heart of the City of London?


Published by Paul Lincoln

Printmaker, City of London Guide and commissioning editor Landscape, the journal of the Landscape Institute.


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