Fast food Rights campaigners protested across Britain on Tuesday of last week.
They were demanding £10 an hour and union rights for fast food workers.
In Salford members of the Fast Food Rights campaign protested inside a McDonald’s branch and outside the company’s North West headquarters.
Activists in south London leafleted customers outside a McDonald’s in Brixton.
The GMB union also held a number of protests on the same day.
The action was timed to coincide with a US fast food workers’ strike.
Their strike was part of a long running battle for
$15 dollars an hour minimum wage and union rights.
Fast Food Rights campaigners were set to protest in Lincoln this Saturday.