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St Paul's protesters lose battle against eviction

Protesters have been refused permission to appeal against their eviction from the Occupy London camp outside St Paul's Cathedral.

<p><strong>Anti-capitalist protest</strong><br/><em>16 October</em></p>
<p>Members of the Occupy movement in front of St Paul's Cathedral, as part of a global wave of protests (inspired by the 'Occupy Wall Street' and 'Indignant' movements) against the excesses of capitalism. Demonstrators also gathered near the London Stock Exchange. The St Paul's camp remained in place for more than two months</p>

St Paul's protesters consider calling time on occupation

Protesters camped outside St Paul’s Cathedral will meet this evening to decide whether to call time on an occupation which has seen the resignation of three senior members of the church after judges rejected their application to appeal an order for their eviction.

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Not one person has left the protest camp outside St Paul's Cathedral since a legal eviction notice was served giving them 24 hours to quit, activists said.

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Anti-capitalists camped outside St Paul's were told today that they will face legal action to evict them as the cathedral reopened after being forced to close for a week because of the protests.

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