On Saturday the streets of Central London were filled as tens of thousands of nurses, care workers, librarians, school dinner ladies, paramedics, care workers, cooks, cleaners, students and many other public service workers protested against continued austerity measures.
Organiser, Trades Union Congress (TUC), which said workers and campaigners from across the UK were involved with the demonstration, estimated that more than 150,000 people took part while the Met Police has not released an estimate.
After a march through the city protesters gathered in Hyde Park for a mass rally including a speech from Labour leader, Ed Miliband, among others. He said his party was there for "all the young people in this country who want work, but can't find it in Britain today".
Some arrests were made, following 'anti-social behaviour' incidents on Oxford Street, however overall the march was conducted peacefully.