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'Claustrophobic' St Paul's closes

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St Paul's Cathedral and The City of London Corporation are holding talks to find a resolution to the ongoing protest which has forced the cathedral to close for the first time since the Second World War.

Around 300 anti-capitalist campaigners, who are living in tents outside the cathedral, have voted to stay for the time being.

One of those protesters, Peter, and the Rev Rob Marshall, who is a spokesman for St Paul's, give their sides of the story.


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