A campaign group is putting pressure on the government to address tax avoidance and rethink austerity measures.
UK Uncut is a grassroots movement which opposes government cuts to public services and is highlighting alternatives.
The group believe the public are being made to pay for a financial crisis caused by the banks and are also urging the government to address tax avoidance.
Charise O'Brien, from the group, spoke to London Live.
It follows London Live airing UK Gold - a documentary examining Britain's status as a tax haven for large corporations and the wealthy.