It's cold and it's wet out. That London drizzle, a phenomenon that lies somewhere between fog and sleet which London will suffer from nearly everyday until May has begun to come down. I'm in a queue of around 2,000 that has wrapped around St. Paul's for midnight mass, snaking through Occupy London's first tent city. I'm not a Christian, I left the church 15 years ago, but I've been feeling homesick lately, and find myself here, cold, and wet, and sick.
Whatever the reason, yesterday's March In The City refocused the direction of the student movement, reinforcing the trend it started: that of uneasiness and mistrust in the Coalition's policies. With its eye on Nov30th and the participation of the OccupyLSX group, today's march laid the foundations for a stronger and more cohesive movement.