St. Paul’s in London Chooses Talk Over Eviction for Protesters

St. Paul’s Cathedral says it will not join
legal moves to evict the Occupy protesters who have caused turmoil among
cathedral clergy in London.

A statement from the
cathedral on Tuesday said the new course of action had been agreed upon
following talks with the bishop of London, Richard Chartres. Canon
Michael Colclough said the cathedral was committed “to engage
constructively with the protest and the serious issues that have been
raised, without the threat of legal action hanging over us.”

has invited a high-profile banker, Ken Costa, to lead an initiative
aimed at “reconnecting the financial with the ethical.”

The 62-year-old Costa is a former chairman of UBS Europe and of Lazard International.

Source: The Associated Press

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