The British union Unite says that it will participate in coordinated strikes and protests against austerity measures. A march on Saturday is expected to draw around 200,000 protestors to London, and Unite says that dissatisfaction with the cuts will only grow. A recent survey of British public workers found that a large majority were unhappy with the cuts and thought they were happening too fact. The head of the British Trades Union Congress, a union federation, said that strike actions were being considered, and that they would target liberal members of the government about the cuts. The proposed cuts would include 81 billion pounds from public spending.