Innes MacNeil


Innes MacNeil
Edinburgh University

Student news, university legislation, student activism, social issues, campus culture, higher education, strike action, protests

  • Innes MacNeil holds the position of Editor-in-Chief at The Tab Edinburgh, managing a team of editors and writers
  • Innes oversees the commissioning, editing, and writing of articles and content at The Tab Edinburgh
  • Innes was raised speaking Scottish Gaelic (Gàidhlig), which he remains passionate about in his activism for the language's survival


Innes MacNeil joined The Tab Edinburgh in February of 2023 during his first year at the University of Edinburgh, becoming Editor-in-Chief just three months later.


Innes MacNeil is in his second year as an MA Honours student at the University of Edinburgh, where he continues to study History and Politics, taking further courses in Celtic and Scandinavian studies.


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Up to 15 staff-student relationships reported at Edinburgh University in last four years

No disciplinary measures were taken by the university against any individuals

Edinburgh students cycle 400 miles from Cock Lane to Dick Place raising £5,000 for Movember

Yes, those are real places

Here are five unforgettable day trips you can do from Edinburgh without a car

For everyone who thinks going to Portobello is a day trip x

Edinburgh Uni falls to 13th in the UK in The Times Good University Guide

The university also placed third among other Scottish universities

One in four students yet to secure accommodation, Tab survey reveals

‘There were more than 200 applicants for a flat I just viewed’

Revealed: Sir Peter Mathieson spent £13,000 on business class flights in just one year

‘80 percent of the flights were business, but 100 per cent were subsidised by student fees’

Edinburgh VP ‘regrets’ students still missing degrees at uni’s first 2023 graduation ceremony

The ceremony was overshadowed by uncertainty as many students are graduating without classified degrees

‘Very disappointed’: Edinburgh University open day overshadowed by striking staff

Prospective students expressed concern over Edinburgh University’s reputation as UCAS deadline closes

Edinburgh to introduce no-detriment style policy for students impacted by marking boycott

Once any missing marks are available, students’ results can only improve on their provisional grade

Edinburgh University urges students to ‘reach out’ with marking boycott worries, then removes comments

Edinburgh University released a video of the Vice-Principal addressing the ‘uncertainty’ of the marking boycott

Edinburgh University offers to continue paying striking lecturers if they mark final years’ work

Last week it was reported final years could be graduating without dissertations marked amid the marking boycott

‘I don’t trust anything anymore’: Edinburgh University students on the marking boycott

If you waste students’ time and money, they’re going to be very angry

Edinburgh Students’ Union to vote on transition to full plant-based menus on campus

Students say they have a moral responsibility to prevent climate change

Meet the second year Edinburgh student who’s having her first book published

Claudia Efemini’s book provides a voice for Nigerian history through historical fiction

What we learn from listening to Edinburgh University’s state school students

‘You are worthy of your place here, you are good enough’

59 per cent of Edinburgh students’ mental health has deteriorated at university – Tab survey

Four in five students think the uni doesn’t do enough to support students