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Occupy Nottingham: Council serve notice

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On Monday 27th February, Nottingham City Council served Occupy Nottingham with notice to leave within 7 days, after which they will serve notice of intention to seek possession through the courts. The occupiers state that they "have collectively decided so far, not to move from the Market Square, and through civil disobedience and lawful rebellion we will stay, and prevent intimidation tactic…

Saturday in the Market Square

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Saturday 12th February was a normal Saturday, with no major political events planned in Nottingham as far as I know. Nevertheless, Notts SOS, the SWP, the Socialist Party and Occupy Nottingham were all  busy trying to engage with the shoppers and passers-by in Market Square.

Occupy Nottingham: 100 days and counting

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On Sunday 22nd January, Occupy Nottingham marked it's 100th day in occupation. The camp, part of a global network of occupations, was started on October 15th. Despite the harsh weather, campers remain committed to staying "as long as it takes".

On the newswire: Occupation Camp Nottm: Collected coverage 100 days | Nottingham Occupation Camp now at day 100 | Occupy Nottingham camp to reach 100-day …

Occupy Nottingham: Xmas and New Year in Market Sq

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Now almost two and a half months in, the Occupy Nottingham protest camp in Market Square continued through Christmas. The campers have now invited supporters to join them in Market Square on New Year's Eve, to "stand together to begin 2012 as one voice for change & an end to greed!" Meanwhile, occupiers in Leicester have decided to move indoors in order to help "sustain us over the cold winter."

Occupy Notttingham: Two months in

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On Thursday 15th December, Occupy Notttingham will have been in situ for two months. An impressive tally. The camp is now surrounded by the "Winter Wonderland," but despite this aural and aesthetic assault and the recent cold weather, the occupiers remain steadfast.

On the newswire: Occupy Notts Camp sticks it out, starting week 9 | Notts Occupation: 7th Week and beyond | N30 Prof. Samir Amin @ …

Occupy Nottingham: No plans for eviction. Yet.

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While Occupy Wall Street in the US and Occcupy LSX in London are both actively fighting eviction, Occupy Nottingham is now into its sixth week and still growing. At least for the time being, the city council claim to have no plans to evict the occupation and occupiers have declared their intent to stay until “the financial crisis 2009 – 2011 has been solved to the satisfaction of the majority o…

Nottingham Post: No plans to evict occupation. Yet.

According to the Post (so it must be true) the council "says it has no plans to try to evict protesters camping in Old Market Square." But they "would prefer that the city centre was not used for encampments and feel that they cannot remain there indefinitely."

NCC LOLs: Hate Speech on Post website

"The Nottingham Post website comment moderators are guilty of a serious lapse of judgment at the moment, regularly allowing disgusting hate speech comments despite them being reported. In fact, they are more likely to remove posts challenging the hate speech while leaving the original post online." (NCC LOLs)

Occupy Nottingham: Still there

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While the London-centric mainstream media has continued to focus on the occupation next to St Pauls, other occupations continue around the country, including in Nottingham, where those occupying the Market Square are now entering their fourth week. Despite the weather and a number of threats the camp is not only continuing, but in fact growing.

On the newswire: Cheese for nought! at the Occup…

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Occupy Notttingham: Moved but still in occupation

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On Friday evening, those occupying Nottingham’s Old Market Square agreed to move from one end of the square to the other. On Facebook they described this as a “temporary relocation” explaining that occupiers “democratically voted to move the occupation temporarily to the opposite end of Market Square so as to accommodate the exhibitions, Xmas market and Tree.”

On the newswire: Nottin…

Occupy Nottingham: Day 7

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The occupation of Nottingham's Market Square has made it into its seventh day.

Occupy Nottingham: Day 6

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The occupation of Nottingham's Market Square is now into its sixth day.

Nottingham Occupation Continues

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Despite the wind, cold and rain, the Occupy Nottingham camp on Market Square is still going strong five days in, if anything it is actually getting bigger. Support from the public has been phenomenal, but the city coucil are now beginning to make the first noises about the possibility of moving (although not removing) the camp. A wishlist has been produced of things which would be useful.

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Left Lion: Occupy Nottingham interview

"On Saturday October the 15th, while people were demonstrating or shopping or quite possibly both, a group of people bagged themselves a very prime spot of NG1, turning an area which was once the Nottingham Riviera into a campsite. And they intend to stay there for a very long time.

"After rolling up at the Square and being gobsmacked that a substantial part of it was now the home of a diver…

Occupy Nottingham: Day 5

Five days into the occupation of Market Square and the protest camp is still going strong, but the city council has begun to make noises about moving the camp.

Nottingham is occupied

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Nottingham’s Market Square was occupied yesterday by a gathering of people aiming to "people aiming “to show that we will no longer tolerate the corporate greed and Government corruption that threatens our way of life and everything we work for”. They camped overnight and are intending to stay as long as they can. The occupation is part of a worldwide movement of occupations that began on …

Occupy Nottingham

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Starting from around 3pm today, Nottingham's Market Square has been occupied by a gathering of people aiming "to show that we will no longer tolerate the corporate greed and Government corruption that threatens our way of life and everything we work for". The occupation is a part of, and in solidarity with, the hundreds of other occupations taking place in 82 countries on 15th October. The occup…