About 400 protesters against capitalism spent the night outside the Cathedral of Saint Paul and continued peaceful demonstrations
capitalism protesters continue to demonstrate near the London Stock Exchange as part of a worldwide movement occupy generated by Wall Street.
Up to 100 tents were set up in a makeshift camp at the foot of the stairs of the Cathedral of St. Paul, despite the thousands of demonstrators descended on the area on Saturday, only about 400 remained on the morning of Sunday.
attempted occupation of the Stock Exchange Paternoster Square nearby and were frustrated by the police barricades.
As the bells rang on Sunday morning, waking up from a number of campers in their dreams, those who attend services at St. Paul seemed happy to pick your way through the sleeping bags and campaign tents in their own way.
The atmosphere seemed relaxed and police made no attempt to move the protesters, although they were instructed not to block the steps of the cathedral.
Scotland Yard said it would be "illegal and disrespectful" to a camp in front of the cathedral, but a spokesman, nobody moves in "right now."
Ben Doran, 21, a music student, said a priest had come to the steps of the cathedral to express their support for the demonstrators. "He said no problem and that people were treating the site with respect and I was happy for her to do."Sean, 33, graduated in electrical engineering, said: "I've never been involved in this type of action before it's civil disobedience is not a protest .. . "
police seemed relaxed. They maintained a visible presence, but the officers weak, and many chatted and mingled with the demonstrators.
"It's very, very relaxed. You can not take care of how the police are underway. Some of them seem to be showing a real interest, "said Taylor.
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