Unaffordable, unequal, unsustainable—the problems that London’s economic success has brought in its wake have been receiving ample international coverage recently. Behind the headlines, however, there’s another story that’s been getting far less attention. London has also been swept over the past year by a wave of grassroots activism, the intensity of which is unprecedented. A sort of mosaic version of the Occupy movement, this activist wave has left few areas of the city untouched. Comprising building occupations, demonstrations, petitions and intensive lobbying, it has touched on anything from huge housing projects to historic structures and local pubs. And it shows no sign of cresting yet.
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