Occupy protest outside St Paul's Cathedral
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Occupy London legacy for church and St Paul's Cathedral

The 2011 Occupy London camp outside St. Paul's Cathedral led to a four-month protest against global capitalism provoking rows and resignations among the clergy.

But some argue the episode did the Church of England some good - as it provoked a passionate and painful debate about its role and ability to speak on social, moral and financial issues.

David Thompson spoke to Times religion correspondent Ruth Gledhill and Ekklesia co-director Jonathan Bartley about its legacy on the church.

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  • 09 Jan 2014
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