Anti-Margaret Thatcher demonstrators have gathered in Trafalgar Square ahead of her funeral.
Liverpool football fans unfurled anti-Baroness Thatcher flags at today's Premier League match at Reading.
Many of the club's supporters have been critical of the former Prime Minister's handling of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster.
There is a growing police presence in London's Trafalgar Square ahead of a planned anti-Baroness Thatcher protest.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg believes that parties set up to celebrate Margaret Thatcher's death are in "poor taste, quite childish and pretty puerile".
Mayor of London Boris Johnson told LBC 97.3 Radio that those planning Margaret Thatcher funeral demonstrations "could not use the death of an elderly person for a riot or an affray".
Conservative MP Amber Rudd said Margaret Thatcher would not be surprised that some people are using her death as an opportunity to protest.
Speaking to Daybreak she said: "Be very careful, because peaceful protests is ok, anything else is not."
Anti-Thatcher protestor Chris Kinght has told Daybreak that Saturday's Margaret Thatcher death 'party' on Saturday will be as "distasteful" as it can be.
He said: "We're going to be celebrating the death of this blood sucking vampire."
Former Metropolitan Police sergeant Graham Wettone has told Daybreak that the Margaret Thatcher death 'party' due to take place on Saturday has been "planned for years".
Mr Wettone, who has dealt with many significant public disorders, said he was "hopeful that tomorrow will be a peaceful event in the capital."
David Cameron has branded the public glee and street parties that greeted the death of Margaret Thatcher as "pretty distasteful".
The Prime Minister said he believed the overwhelming majority of British people had mourned "the loss of someone who gave a huge amount to this country, that was an extraordinary leader".
He added: "Of course, some people won't agree with that but I think that some of the scenes we have seen are frankly pretty distasteful, but people should be responsible for themselves."
Anti-Thatcher protesters have been urged to contact police if they wish to demonstrate in London on the day of the former prime minister's funeral.
Commander Christine Jones of the Metropolitan Police Service said "there has been much speculation about what levels of protest may take place" next Wednesday.
She said measures would be taken to allow people to rally against Margaret Thatcher, while protecting mourners and the public in the capital.
"The right to protest is one that must be upheld," Commander Jones said. "However, we will work to do that whilst balancing the rights of those who wish to pay their respects and those who wish to travel about London as usual."