occupy movement

In the middle of the large, two-room communal tent, old, donated pieces of furniture form a circle for a meeting. The atmosphere
It's cold in the Occupation Records office - a UBS-owned building on Sun Street, now occupied by the activities of Occupy London. I drag myself out of the warmth of my bed - a half deflated air mattress and a bundle of sleeping bags - and reach for my phone whose ring has demanded I get up.
Something is wrong with a system, which can be influenced by externals groups and individuals. Unions, corporations and private individuals are able to undermine the true nature of a representative democracy by the lobbying system.
No foresight could have predicted such a consequential and momentous year. At the time of writing this, it is review galore for journalists and the public alike with a myriad of comparisons being made between 2011 and other significant years in history.
I have been following developments at the Occupy camp in London from the beginning, occasionally in person, more often as
By all accounts we could be two or three years into what is already being called 'The Lost Decade'. Disruption, the like of which we saw this summer, will not help the UK address the real challenge we face - how to compete with emerging nations and how to secure our future.
Toby Veck, the central character of Charles Dickens' The Chimes, stood all day long just outside a church-door and waited
The global economy is in "a devil of a mess" according to Ken Clarke, UK Justice Secretary. hank you Ken, we already knew. And we know that none of you in government have the foggiest clue how to put it right.
I SPY: great game, popular with kids on long journeys; occupies the mind; but not much fun played on your own. Twice lately
Around 200 anti-capitalist protesters entered Parliament Square as they linked with a group supporting activists who had
When I was a teenager I went to the barricades. Reagan! You whore! Out the door In '84! It was in Pittsburgh, probably late
"FEEL like doing something." "Anything in particular?" "Helping in some way. Doing the washing up perhaps." The General Assembly
As London Occupy protesters prepare for winter outside St. Paul's Cathedral, they hearken to a past call to help another marginalised group: Pigeons.
Camp Anonymous in East Africa is intending to join the global movement known as Occupy. They've got tents, some basic sanitation