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PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2012 2:43 pm    Post subject: Occupy Wall Street: England! Reply with quote

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Occupy Wall Street: England!

By Sue Earps

At "Occupy Wall Street: England" there still remain a number of protestors keeping alive the occupy movement in London and Nottingham. The occupations in England follow from the "Occupy Wall Street" protests that started in the United States of America earlier in 2011. The occupations are sometimes disorganized but are thought to represent a general dissatisfaction with the financial community in handling national and global finances that have lead to a general global financial crises. Here are some photos taken over a two month period of the occupy protests here in England.

The Nottingham photos were taken at the Town Hall In Nottingham:

Nottingham occupation!

Nottingham occupation!

The London protest was held at Paternoster Square outside St. Pauls Cathedral:

London occupation!

London occupation!

London occupation!

As of the New Year the occupation is still alive. These photos are presented to remind people that the movement has not died but is very much alive.

From files of Susan Earps
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