2:03 p.m.:. Despite the thousands of demonstrators gathered outside, it is usual for the Cathedral of St. Paul, writes Lisa O'Carroll
PersonalShepherd was a young bride and her father in the cathedral across the road from the riot police. They arrived in a green and white Volkswagen van and triggered by a side entrance.
The New York Times has a report on the events in Asia and Euopean today
EventsMost attracted a modest number in Asia - the largest crowd was in Sydney, Australia, where some media reports estimated that 800 people were present. Demonstrations in Hong Kong, Melbourne, Australia, Seoul, Taipei and Tokyo has attracted hundreds of people each.
In Sydney, hundreds of protesters, some signs with slogans transport as diverse as "We are the 99%" and "Capitalism is killing our economy," loaded on a style of street art public off-deco headquarters of the Reserve Bank of Australia in Sydney's financial district. The atmosphere was lively, with a band with works of art made by hand in chalk on the sidewalk emerging.
The atmosphere has changed dramatically in protest as riot police move in the boiler of the protesters, said Mark Townsend
Tweets: "The mood changes quickly .." ".. Saint Paul Kettle arrests first completely legal observers have no access to "avoid the disruption of peace
Lisa O'Carroll added that legal observers say that a person has been arrested, but this has not been confirmed.
1:36 p.m., suggesting that it may be about to adopt more aggressive tactics with protesters said Mark Townsend.
The Tweets:. ".. Dozens of riot police in the costume changes met with the Commissioner pledged last week to" win the big day of action "tactics before" 1:29 p.m.:.The Associated Press a brief summary of some of the events in other parts of the world
In Frankfurt, around 5,000 people took to the streets to protest against the European Central Bank.
hundreds marched through the Bosnian city of Sarajevo with portraits of Che Guevara and old communist flags that read "Death to capitalism, freedom of the people."
thousands expected to protest in Rome one day after Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi survived a confidence vote.
1:27 p.m.:. There is a more visible police presence around Paternoster Square, but there is no sign of protesters agents kettling writes Lisa O'Carroll
Police reinforcementsbeing developed in the New Gate Street, home of the London Stock Exchange, but for no apparent reason. Swelling crowds in the thousands, but everyone is always around the grinding zone friendly with the occasional burst of sirens. Mark Townsend added via Twitter: ". September trucks, unloaded speed Newgate San riots do not know why, it seemed more relaxed"
1:17 p.m. police station just closed tube of St. Paul the crowd in the narrow streets surrounding the meeting with singing " our streets, our streets, "writes Lisa O'Carroll.
1:08 p.m.:. Lisa O'Carroll was talking to a Spanish protesters who joined today's demonstration in LondonWildash Tamara, 30, Castellon, Spain, said he was protesting in solidarity with their friends and family who were in the streets at home.
"This is very bad in Spain, 40% of young people are unemployed and wages are very poor, very low and life is hard, I read in a newspaper the other day that families 1m in Spain, they do not. have an income, not the government that is very sad, "he said.
Wildash came to London three weeks "for a better life" and said there was no future in the country. "Almost all the factories closed. Not only young people who are affected are the families and the elderly. "
Castellon is a city of 200,000 inhabitants, 800 kilometers from Madrid and was largely based on their industry of porcelain tiles for the job.
There is an international flavor to events in London, writes Mark Townsend
Jungmin Choi, 40, of Seoul, South Korea, said he came to London a few months later and was shocked to see the economic disparity in the United Kingdom as pronounced as in their homeland.
"The poor get poorer and the rich get richer, which is the same here. The world is a sad place, "said Choi, a prisoner in a group of peace in the United Kingdom international basis.Here is another view of the event in London from Twitter. This photo shows the confrontation between police and protesters entered politeness in Paternoster Square.
24:29: Lisa O'Carroll sent over this update of Paternoster Square, home of the London Stock Exchange " The demonstrators moved to the mass of Paternoster Square chanting "We are the 99 aa %"."