I must say after St Paul's occupy rumours and coming across some ignorant so-called "left-wing" activists, I was beginning to lose faith in what I thought activism in this country was, but after such a warm reception from the guys at Dock street E1, I was left pleasantly surprised . As I was about to leave a delivery of food had arrived from the likes of shops like EAT and Pret disposing of edible food at the end of the day which in turn fuels the squatting community. One of the interviews I listened to in the exhibition was from one of the squatter's who said something along the lines of "the biggest injustice in the world today is waste, waste of food, space and life." I guess the table filled with sandwiches and rolls
retrieved from bins proved his point. I made my way home in the rain with a brownie in hand and time to ponder. The exhibition goes on until the 16th September. Worth a visit, no matter what your views on squatting are.