Group continues 'Occupy Dame Street' protest

A group of people protesting outside the Central Bank in Dublin for the past few days remain there this afternoon.

A group of people protesting outside the Central Bank in Dublin for the past few days remain there this afternoon.

The 'Occupy Dame Street' movement is described as a "non-violent, leaderless resistance" which hopes to end corporate corruption.

It is a sister protest of the recent 'Occupy Wall Street' demonstrations in the US which have taken hold in many cities around the world.

The group is inviting people to come and join in and members they said they have had a very positive response from everyone so far.

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