Someone who is against the proposed cuts made by the current British government; applies to all sections of society in disagreement with the plans.
Abbreviated form of 'sicosnipophobic'; which is, according to the mockumentary "Rock, Paper, Scissors: The Way of the Tosser", is someone afraid of scissors.
This short form is appealing because it is monosyllabic, as well as being homophonic and alliterative with its opposite, a 'snip
'; ie. someone who is /for/ the cuts. The scissors analogy fits as it has become a symbol of the proposed cuts to the budget.
Student #1: So, what to you think about this whole 'governmental budgeting' fiasco?
Student #2: What, me? Oh, I'm a sic here. A sic an' proud!
Student #1: Phew, thought you were a snip there.
Student #2: A snip? Don't be daft mate.
Student #1: Yeah, soz. Can't tell whose who sometimes..