The UK government has announced its largest cuts in public spending since World War Two. The new austerity plans will have the budget slashed by 83 BLN pounds and cut of around half a million public sector jobs. Thousands have taken to the streets to oppose the measures. It follows cuts announced yesterday to the country's defence budget worth almost 5 billion dollars. That means renewing its nuclear deterrent system will be delayed and 20 thousand British troops based in Germany are to be pulled out completely. With more on that story we go to Laura Emmett in London, where she asked people what they thing of the UK's military budget cuts.