Occupy London protest swells

1) Hundreds of people attended the Occupy LSX rally in front of St Paul’s Cathedral on November 5, 2011 [Mariagrazia Petito Di Leo/Al Jazeera]
2) Protesters marched from St Paul’s Cathedral to Trafalgar Square [Mariagrazia Petito Di Leo/Al Jazeera]
3) ‘Guy Fawkes’ masks appeared on the streets, celebrating both the anniversary of ‘the gunpowder plot’ and the ‘anonymous’ movement [Mariagrazia Petito Di Leo/Al Jazeera]

4) Veteran activist and former Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament chair Bruce Kent campaigned on the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral [Mariagrazia Petito Di Leo/Al Jazeera]
5) Hundreds of frustrated Londoners marched in the demonstration against perceived corporate greed [Mariagrazia Petito Di Leo/Al Jazeera]
6) A giant Monopoly board in front of St Paul’s Cathedral was reportedly a gift from famed street artist Banksy [Mariagrazia Petito Di Leo/Al Jazeera]
7) More than 200 activists have taken over the churchyard in front of the cathedral, riding on the wave of the Occupy Wall Street protests [Mariagrazia Petito Di Leo/Al Jazeera]
8) Protesters gathered, despite the inclement British weather, in front of St Paul’s Cathedral [Mariagrazia Petito Di Leo/Al Jazeera]
9) Demonstrators protested against the social inequality they believe to be caused by the accumulation of wealth by the very few [Mariagrazia Petito Di Leo/Al Jazeera]
10) Protesters swarmed through London’s streets, normally packed with tourists visiting luxury brand stores [Mariagrazia Petito Di Leo/Al Jazeera]
11) The protest has been dubbed ‘Occupy LSX’ – for the London Stock Exchange, housed next to St Paul’s Cathedral [Mariagrazia Petito Di Leo/Al Jazeera]
12) Much as their attempt to shut down the Stock Exchange was thwarted, protesters were also prevented from reaching parliament [Mariagrazia Petito Di Leo/Al Jazeera]