Anti-cuts 'street parties' planned
Anti-cuts activists are planning to block roads and hold street parties as part of a campaign to "celebrate" resistance to the Government's austerity measures.
UK Uncut said it will target high-profile individuals they blame for the coalition's spending cuts, as well as holding a march through central London.
The group said hundreds of people will join the demonstrations, including public sector workers, musicians and comedians.
Targets for action will include the Sheffield constituency office of Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and high street stores owned by Sir Philip Green, including Top Shop and Dorothy Perkins.
Protesters will gather at four meeting points in London, including one close to Parliament, and will criticise the Government's handling of the NHS and welfare system as well as the effect of its policies on women.
UK Uncut supporter Hannah Waters said: "David Cameron has called on the country to celebrate the Jubilee with the 'mother of all our parties', while at the same time his government is cutting our welfare, our NHS, our rights, dismantling our future.
"Our street parties will bring the message home that these cuts are a political choice, a choice that is theirs, not ours, and we reject it."