Bryn Phillips, a 32-year-old writer and community organiser in east London, is to contest a byelection for the City of London Corporation, the Square Mile's local authority, and critics have accused it of using its statutory position to lobby for the financial services industry.
I would fully expect any local authority to stick up for the businesses within its boundaries and take on their concerns - that is a good thing.
The City of London Corporation is a local authority with a few ancient traditions and fancy titles. It doesn't control how banks operate or are regulated. Farringdon Within is equivalent to Dibley parish council.
Here's my prediction - you won't.
The by-election was held on 26th July. Turnout was 172 out of a possible 1,525, just over 11%. Of this, Phillips got 23 votes which is equal to 13.5% of votes cast or 1.5% of the electorate, rather far away from the 99% who he and Occupy purport to represent. Now where can I find the results and reaction in the Guardian? Hmmm...