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City of London Police say 23 people have been arrested following the protest and obstruction of bailiffs outside St Paul's cathedral, as of 9am.
The City of London Corporation has acted on its High Court warrant to evict the protest camp from outside St Paul's cathedral in London. The warrant sanctioned the removal of tents and equipment only, but the area will be cleaned before people are allowed to use it again.
The City of London Corporation has completed its eviction of the protest camp from outside St Paul's Cathedral in London. Stuart Fraser, Policy Chairman of the City of London Corporation, said:
One protester, calling himself Alpha X, told ITV News this would be the end of the protest camp.
Occupy London released this statement Tuesday morning in the wake of the eviction of the St Paul's protest camp:
The statement is peppered with hints of future action. One sentence reads: "May is one of our favourite months." It continues:
As police confirm that 20 people were arrested during the St Paul's evictions, here's a selection of the most defiant protesters, resistant to their removal:
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Occupy London protesters put up a final struggle against police and bailiffs during a night-time eviction of their City camp.
Police and bailiffs took just a few hours to clear St Paul's of tents, equipment and protesters for the first time in five months.