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Wednesday 11 November 2009 3.21pm
Not sure if they have been arrested or just asked to leave. There has been a very unpleasant private security presence(Headline Security) at LCC for the last couple of days which must have cost quite a bit. A wise spend in these tough times when staff are being laid off for cost-cutting (sorry, "efficiency savings")? Is not very good when the Head of College has to hire her own private guard. Not to mention the "disappearances"
Wednesday 11 November 2009 4.32pm
A few pics etc:

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Wednesday 11 November 2009 4.33pm
The few occupiers were escorted out of the building by police at about 3.10pm. There is a meeting in the college c[b][/b]anteen today at 4.30pm to discuss the occupation and figure out new plans (is what I was told!)
Wednesday 11 November 2009 4.34pm
good luck to 'em (the students). Nothing like a bit of peaceful protest and they are students after all!
Wednesday 11 November 2009 4.48pm
Contrary to what Professor Kemp and other senior management maintain, there has been no proper consultation at the LCC over this matter or other decisions imposed from on high, usually by email and costing the College huge sums in lost revenue as well as reputation.
Wednesday 11 November 2009 9.51pm
Good for the students!

It's totally disgusting what's going on.
Friday 13 November 2009 10.08am
This gives a good insight into what has been happening:
Friday 13 November 2009 12.37pm
There is a blog written by some of the occupying students acting in opposition to the cuts and mergers:
Sunday 15 November 2009 12.52am
Just in case there's any doubt.....
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