Workers for the takeaway delivery firm are taking wildcat strike action over proposed changes to their contracts, pay and conditions.
Hundreds of workers are staging vocal protests outside the head office of the firm in central London after the strike began early on Wednesday evening.
The IWGB union claims: "currently drivers earn £7/hour + £1/delivery. Deliveroo want to ditch the hourly rate, and move to a piece rate system, where drivers would only earn £3.75/delivery."
On Thursday evening the managing director went to talk with workers, encouraging them to enter into indvidual negotiations. This offer was loudly rejected by workers demanding collective bargaining.
Another protest by the striking workers is set to take place outside the company's offices on Torrington Place at 17:00pm on Friday evening. Supporters are encouraged to attend.
More information on the dispute can be found on the IWGB website: