Occupy LSX: London’s revolting campers

PHOTO ESSAY: Patrick Hayes reports from the recycling-obsessed, ideas-lite ‘tent city’ by St Paul’s Cathedral.

Patrick Hayes

Share
Topics Politics

The Occupy London movement, which was inspired by Occupy Wall Street, has been camping outside St Paul’s Cathedral for nine days and has now spread to nearby Finsbury Square, too.

But what do these allegedly radical campers want? Are they a properly independent movement or simply the militant wing of mainstream downbeat thinking? And will they be plonked in these public squares forever? Armed with his camera, Patrick Hayes went to find out.

View photo essay

Patrick Hayes is a reporter for spiked. He is producing the debate The rise of the clicktivists: will the revolution be digitised? at the Battle of Ideas festival on October 30.

To enquire about republishing spiked’s content, a right to reply or to request a correction, please contact the managing editor, Viv Regan.

Share
Topics Politics

Comments

Want to join the conversation?

Only spiked supporters, who donate regularly to us, can comment on our articles.

Become a spiked supporter
Share