Protest camp costs St Paul's £16k a day
St Paul's Cathedral and The City of London Corporation are holding talks to find a resolution to an anti-capitalist demonstration.
The presence of protesters camped outside has forced the cathedral to close for the first time since the Second World War.
It is costing St Paul's around £16,000 a day in lost tourism revenue.
But around 300 protesters, who are living in their tents, have voted to stay for the time being.
The BBC's Ben Ando reports.
22 Oct 2011
- From the section UK