Estimates of the number of demonstrators in London vary but it is clear that huge support exists for the Cuts Campaign. Police estimate that 100 people had turned up to support the Cuts, but other observers considered that the number was nearer 50.
A breakaway group of 2 direct action advocates caused a media frenzy of excitement as the two people dressed in military uniform painted signs on the walls outside Banks. One slogan read 'Banks are on our Side' another was 'Only Fools Pay Tax'.
Nick Clegg spoke to a large group of his close family about the wisdom of destroying the Health Service - 'It was there in our Manifesto' he cried to applause from several dying
people who had been brought along to support the Cuts Campaign.
David Cameron was pleased with the Cuts Campaign Turnout, feeling it had summed up the popular mood held by Rupert Murdoch. 'This demonstration gives us all the confidence to carry on with our programme of cuts.'