Yesterday and today there has been another general assembly in Occupy London. The protesters have got together again to discuss what they can do to move forward how the logistics of staying in camp can be approached. Today they have discussed the production of an economics booklet to be distributed covering in more detail the original occupy agenda with chapters covering quantitative easing, peer to peer lending, tax evasion, market regulation and living allowance. The booklet is currently at draft stage and although covering some complex subjects is aimed to be understandable to everyone.
During this discussion there was an interruption from the Finsbury square campers who are facing eviction from Tuesday night onwards calls. They called for more support in numbers and in money to provide food and fuel their petrol generator. There are complaints within occupy of a lack of unity between different camps and support in court cases. However it would seem that Occupy is not just filled by campers, but many who work and live nearby and despite constant evictions and changes the protests will be ongoing.