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Fifth Edinburgh Uncut Activist Arrested

A UK Uncut activist was arrested in Edinburgh at around 12.30pm on Saturday for breach of the peace and obstructing the pavement. Under Scots Law, breach of the peace is a specific criminal offence, which can be prosecuted in the … Continue reading

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22nd October 2011: Edinburgh Uncut Returns!

We’ve been a little quiet over the summer but now it’s time to spring back into action. Hopefully you’re all ready and raring to take on some of Edinburgh’s tax-dodging businesses. Assemble at 1100 in Bristo Square and we’ll go … Continue reading

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27th August 2011: Reclaim the Royal Mile

After having a bit of a break over the summer, we were back on Edinburgh’s streets today, challenging tax dodgers wherever we find them. Today we were on the Royal Mile visiting the Fringe, and contributing our own flyers to … Continue reading

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3rd July 2011: The Death of Public Services

This weekend, Edinburgh Uncut decided to make the most of the fantastic weather by taking the opportunity to do a bit of outdoor protesting in Princes Street. You might have already worked this out from the subtle clue on our … Continue reading

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30th June 2011 – PCS strike – photos

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Charges Dropped Against Edinburgh Uncut Activists

This was first posted on BrightGreen: In a victory for the right to protest against the tax dodging of big business and the rich, charges against Uncut activists in Edinburgh were revealed to have been dropped today. The activists, who … Continue reading

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Next action in Edinburgh: 3rd July, 1pm

As the Tories move to privatise our education, destroy the foundations of our national health service and leave us destitute in old age, with no proper pension to support us, we’ll be back on the streets of Edinburgh to show … Continue reading

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