Lawyers at the ready as City of London resumes Occupy LSX action

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  • maybe should challenge "City of London Corporation " as undemocratic-local authority?

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  • Too much free thinking

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  • This used to happen an awful lot when I was a young man. People simply putting up tents all over the field so we had to cut lunch and milk the main herd in the late afternoon instead. I remember wondering whether the police could do anything about it. This I suppose is your answer. You live and learn.

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  • I'd forgotten that the Occupy protesters had a democratic mandate from the people of the UK/London. Oh, what's that, they don't?!

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  • maybe should challenge the "occupiers" as unwanted illegal wastes of space?

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  • About time!

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  • I think that it should be the responsibility of all of us to tell the Occupiers that if they honestly feel that they represent 99% of the population then they should respect the democratic process and stand for election. I do not pretend that everything is perfect but the response of these people is profoundly undemocratic and self-indulgent

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  • What any church has to do with the financial crisis still baffles me. Further, it appears (surprise, surprise), that hardly any of those tents are occupied at night - perhaps the authorities should take advantage and clear all those unoccupied tents during the night - that would then give this unique group something to protest about and will give the rest of the country (and the Church), something to laugh about. The saga has gone on long enough.

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  • Who is paying Messrs Bindmans fees in this?

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  • Anonymous @ 11.25pm: nobody. Bindmans and the team of barristers led by John Cooper QC are acting pro bono, as reported in our 28 October story.

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