Hundreds of anti-cuts activists demonstrated in London and other cities today in protest at the Government's controversial welfare changes.
Up to 400 members of direct action group UK Uncut gathered at the north London home of Lord Freud who the protesters dub one of the "millionaire misery-makers".
The protesters made themselves comfortable, with a removal van unloading sofas as they "served an eviction notice".
Disabled activists were also staging a demonstration at Iain Duncan Smith's Buckinghamshire house.
UK Uncut organiser Anna Walker, 32, from east London, told London24: “We are outside Lord Freud’s house because he was the architect of the bedroom tax which has been introduced this month.
She added: “It’s a great turnout and we’re really happy with it. At the moment everybody is sitting down listening to a bedtime story."