Anti-Capitalist protesters have continued their protest outside the British Library promising not to leave until grammar rules have been changed.
The group, Occupy Sesame Street, believe that capital letters are no longer needed in today's electronic society. "In the modern world of mobile and internet communications, capital letters and grammar in general are becoming redundant" Harriet Trent, self-proclaimed leader of the group, told us. "In fact, caps lock is only used to denote shouting, so can become PRETTY ANNOYING"
The occupation of the British Library has lasted a week so far, and continues to grow. There is even talk of the Library being closed on safety grounds. In response, a spokesman for the library whispered "we are advocates of free speech, but these protesters are wrong. Grammar can be a beautiful thing. In fact the thought of a colon gives me a semi"
But Lotti Brownlow, a career protester told us "grammar is just an inconvenience. When all you have is the keypad on your phone, putting in commas and apostrophes takes to much time and is a darn nuisance. We strongly believe that all punctuation should just be scraped, full stop"