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Occupy 2.0 cannot be evicted

On the day St Paul’s protesters are refused permission to appeal against eviction, Jamie Kelsey-Fry says it will not affect the movement’s momentum.

Filed in: Activism Corporations Democracy England Equality Finance Human Rights Social Change Wealth

Greeks decry bailout madness

If this is what being ‘saved’ is like, you can keep it, says Katerina Kitidi.

Filed in: Economics Finance Greece

Move Your Money campaign launches

Depositors withdraw their money from major banks in favour of ethical alternatives.

Filed in: Finance United Kingdom

A fair economy is not radical – it’s common sense!

…and a new podcast from the Tax Justice Network is set to explain why.

Filed in: Finance

Greece in debt bondage: the people will pay

The proposed bond swap agreement will do nothing to help the country but plenty to line the pockets of the rich, says Katerina Kitidi.

Filed in: Finance Greece Politics

Barclays wins ‘shame’ award

Barclays gets the recognition it deserves for making millions from speculating on food prices.

Filed in: Finance Food

Banking on hunger: shame on you, Barclays!

Vote now to register your anger at the bank’s aggressive expansion into food speculation.

Filed in: Finance Food

The credit union boom

Fed up with being fleeced, North Americans are flocking to co-operative savings societies. Wayne Ellwood reports.

Filed in: Canada Co-operatives Finance

Occupy London goes to court

On 19 December Occupy London went to court for the beginning of their eviction proceedings and scored some early points, reports Jamie Kelsey-Fry.

Filed in: Activism Democracy Finance Politics Wealth

EU summit is another failure for ‘austerity’

Michael Burke considers the likely fallout from Cameron having crossed a line that even Thatcher feared to tread.

Filed in: Debt Finance Politics

Why America's 99% have rebelled

The majority has had enough, says Mark Engler.

Filed in: Activism Finance Politics

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