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UK Uncut

Updated Friday 12th April 2013

A grassroots movement taking action to highlight alternatives to the government's spending cuts.

UK Uncut logo Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: UK Uncut UK Uncut describes itself as "a grassroots movement taking action to highlight alternatives to the government's spending cuts".

It was initiated by social movement activists and encourages people to participate through protest & direct action. UK Uncut is national in orientation and concerned with economy, public services, and anti-discrimination, equality & social justice.

It was launched in October 2010 and is ongoing. Thousands of people are involved.

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