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24 Hours Rotating Around St Paul's
The 99%, Westminster and Future Generations
Wednesday, 19 October 2011

St Paul's
St Paul's last night - en route to Unilever Tate Modern event
Occupy London Stock Exchange 1
Occupy London Stock Exchange 1
Occupy London Stock Exchange 2
Occupy London Stock Exchange 2
Occupy London Stock Exchange 3
Occupy London Stock Exchange 3
Sam and Albert
Sam and Albert
Big Ben 1
Big Ben 1
Big Ben 2 - and Millennium Eye
Big Ben 2 - and a wink from the Millennium Eye

Across to the Tate Modern last night for the Unilever launch of Tacita Dean's contribution to the Unilever series there. Glorious view of St Paul's, where I was headed this morning. Got to St Paul's at 08.25, with Sam arriving more or less at the same time, but hard to find out way in--with various entrances chained shut. Finally found our way in, for the Beyond Hot Air event in the Crypt, organised by the St Paul's Institute and the Church Investors Group. Very lively session, in which the 99% protestors were very present in the Crypt, in spirit if not in body. Talked to several afterwards, contributing to their funds. Then back to the office, before heading out with Sam to the House of Commons, for the launch of the Intergenerational Foundation, which we feature as one of our 50 Stars in The Future Quotient

 

Posted at 7:44:00 p.m. on Wednesday, 19 October 2011 by John Elkington.

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