St Paul's protest camp legal action 'paused'
The City of London Corporation has "paused" its legal action against the anti-capitalist protest camp outside St Paul's Cathedral.
Stuart Fraser, the corporation's policy chairman, said the decision followed the cathedral's move to suspend its own legal action against the camp.
The church said it had wanted to "engage directly" with the protesters.
Occupy London Stock Exchange said it was "delighted" the two potential legal cases had been suspended.
Robert Pigott reports.
01 Nov 2011
- From the section UK