More than 100,000 people have signed up to the ‘Enough is Enough’ campaign since it was launched on Monday.
The campaign group, which is backed by unions and high-profile politicians, is calling on the government to curtail the cost-of-living crisis by backing their five demands.
They include a real pay rise and slashed energy prices, which are set to soar in the New Year.
According to Cornwall Insight, the energy price cap could hit more than £4,200 in January.
In a new dire outlook for households, the company said that bills are set to soar to around £3,582 in October, from £1,971 today, before rising even further in the New Year.
Martin Lewis has called on the government to “wake up” to the “tragic” increases.