Amy Gregg

The case for the Lib Dems in post-election Cambridge

It’s not over yet.

Writing for The Tab… but first let me take a #selfie

The selfie is central to the Cambridge experience

‘Our Grade, Our Choice’: we’re missing the bigger picture

If we change our attitude to exam results, the class list won’t be an issue.

No, I will not stop shitting bricks over the repeal of the Human Rights Act

It’s worth caring about

I’m an immigrant, why do you hate me so much?

We need to have a proper conversation about immigration.

Labour: the radical choice for Cambridge

Daniel Zeichner deserves your vote, argues FRED JERROME, former CULC Chair, in part four of the Tab’s new series: ‘Who to vote for in Cambridge and why you should give a shit’

Which party knows how to party?

Putting the ‘fun’ in ‘fun-ifestoes’

Cambridge teaches us to be out of touch

Life in Cambridge doesn’t prepare us for the outside world

Scrapping tuition fees is not a left-wing policy

We’re going there

Those with mental health conditions could wear wristbands, says Tory candidate for Cambridge

‘It was a spur of the moment thing rather than a prepared policy’

Cambridge is failing its women

We need to sort it out

Let that nip slip


Feminism’s duty to gay men – a response

Feminism is on your side, but you need to be on the side of feminism, too.