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Oct 20, 2011 13:55
Category: Religious News

Demonstrators may be asked to leave St. Paul's in London

     LONDON (AP) - St. Paul's Cathedral says it may be time for the
Occupy London Stock Exchange protesters gathered outside the iconic
church to leave.
     Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside the London landmark
over the weekend as part of the global Occupy Wall Street protests.
     Many have since hunkered down outside the cathedral, pitching
tents and setting up a makeshift kitchen, toilets and an
information center.
     Until now, church staff have allowed the protesters to remain.
But in a statement released late Wednesday, St. Paul's said that
the "increased scale and nature" of the camp could make it more
difficult for the cathedral to stay open for worshippers and
tourists.