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What next for the St Paul’s protestors?

By Julia Rampen  

As eviction looms, Julia Rampen asks the protestors about their plans for the future

It is a battle that has triggered the resignation of churchmen and pitted protestors against the City. (See James Macintyre’s piece on his night at tent city in January’s Prospect). Now, as representatives from the Occupy London site at St Paul’s make one final appeal against eviction, many in the camp are already thinking about life beyond the churchyard.

In the Tent City University on Friday night, volunteers are folding copies of The…

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