JACK MCCONNEL reviews CDE Garden Party 2014
On Monday, a Cambridge Union investigation fined the ‘Fuck off Willetts’ protesters – here’s how they responded.
Cambridge Defend Education members Jessica O’Driscoll-Breen and Conrad Landin fined £20 each by the Cambridge Union Society
CHAD ALLEN and FLO SWANN defend telling George Osborne to “fuck off”.
Infuriated Cärlchen Jupp thinks it’s time for the King’s protesters to think carefully about who should actually ‘fuck off’…
Tories abandon plans to sleep in student beds after their visit to Cambridge is met with fury.
The Cambridgeshire Police have been caught trying to recruit an activist to go undercover and spy on Cambridge student politics.
CUSU and CDE were out in force for Owen Holland, but their protest was a little lacking in loudness.
UPDATE: CUSU and CDE are planning a demonstration in central Cambridge today to protest the University’s sentence.
Around two hundred members of the Uni marched through town today to show support for the national day of action against government plans.
The occupation keeps going, but lectures have started to be moved as a result. A big few days await.
Uncle A’s back, and he’s getting all topical! That’s right, he went there (the occupation).
The occupation is a self-defeating and embarrassing strategy. Because, from experience, free speech is something you protect or you lose.
Lily Cole joined Cambridge activists in yesterday’s protests, despite an “excessive” police presence.
Despite the campaign to reject the proposal, University Dons have voted in favour of charging the maximum £9,000 fees.
Uni Minister David Willetts played a game of cat-and-mouse with protesters last night, as he tried to avoid them interrupting his talk in Cambridge.
MP Julian Huppert said Lib Dems were still committed to scrapping tuition fees last week, but one audience member called him a “liberal bastard”.
University Minister David Willetts said top unis would look ‘silly’ if they opt to charge the maximum fees while others offer the same services at a lower price.
The full report on todays General Assembly, which saw the protestors fight against the cuts compared to “Dumbledore’s Army fighting Voldemort”.