Occupy London Bank of England protest leads to arrests


BBC
May 12, 2012

Eleven people have been arrested after Occupy protesters pitched tents outside the Bank of England on a day of demonstrations in London.

The arrests were made for public order offences, City of London Police said.

But observers for the Occupy movement, which opposes corporate greed, said as many as 40 people were arrested.

The protest by about 300 demonstrators, which saw around 10 tents pitched outside the bank, was part of a global day of action.

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