From the Guardian:
• Around 500,000 people have joined the anti-cuts march through central London. The figure was higher than originally hoped for by the organisers.
• Police said the protest had been “peaceful and well-stewarded”. But there have been a few clashes between police and activists not associated with the main march, and nine arrests have been made.
• More than a dozen stores on Oxford Street were occupied by the anti tax evasion group Ukuncut. The group has also occuplied the upscale department store Fortnum and Mason. Riot police have set up a kettle around the area.
Protesters attack HSBC and storm Fortnum and Mason
Police battle to restore order in central London
Cuts protesters attack Topshop