The Dean of St Paul's said that they: "recognise the huge issues facing us at this time and asking them to leave the vicinity of the building so that the cathedral can reopen as soon as possible". Perhaps they are struggling with a loss of ticket sales?
Clearly a good Christian organisation that identifies and supports the poor - not.
Look like their trustees are predominantly in the 1%, perhaps they might donate a little of their wealth to allow St Paul's to show solidarity with the protestors:
Sir John Stuttard PWC partner, Former Lord Mayor of London.
The Right Reverend Graeme Knowles, Dean of St Paul’s
Dame Helen Alexander DBE Deputy chair of the CBI, director of Centrica plc
Lord Blair of Boughton Former Metropolitan Police Commissioner
Roger Gifford Investment banker, big in City of London
John Harvey – Not clearly identified
Joyce Hytner OBE – Theatre director
Gavin Ralston Global Head of Product and leading international asset manager at Schroder Investment Management
Carol Sergeant CBE - Chief Risk Director at Lloyds TSB, formerly Managing Director for Regulatory Process and Risk at the FSA
John Spence OBE – Former Managing Director, Business Banking, LloydsTSB
Maybe their sponsors could afford to help out:
Lloyds TSB Group plcAn Independent Trust Associated with BarclaysCity of London CorporationCity of London Endowment TrustThe Schroder FoundationGoldman Sachs InternationalThe Worshipful Company of MercersUBS Investment BankMcKinsey & CompanyN M Rothschild & Sons LtdSkandinaviska Enskilda BankPrudential PlcSlaughter & MayElectra Partners LLPLand SecuritiesStandard Chartered PlcJPMorgan CazenoveJ.P. MorganThe Freemasons’ Grand CharityCanary Wharf Group PlcMan Group Plc Charitable TrustLondon Stock ExchangeThe Worshipful Company of GrocersAmerican ExpressThe Coutts Charitable TrustThe British Land Company PlcHSBC Holdings Plc