Girton have announced they’re taking Charlie back after his spell in the slammer.
Charlie Gilmour has been released from prison after serving four months inside for his part in student protests. But will he be coming back to Cambridge?
Infamous Cantab Charlie Gilmour must serve the rest of his prison sentence after a judge ruled against his appeal yesterday.
EMMA ROBERTS discovers that the revolution probably won’t be theatrical-ised either.
Next term Girton will decide if Charlie Gilmour can return to Cambridge after prison. Meanwhile he faces discipline in his new prison for smuggling.
Charlie Gilmour was sentenced to a 16-month spell in prison for acts of violent disorder in the December student protests.
Charlie GIlmour could face jail after pleading guilty to violent disorder in the student protests last year, although he has been granted bail until after his exams.
Girtonian Charlie Gilmour appeared in court last week charged with throwing a bin at Prince Charles’ car.
Charlie Gilmour was arrested today, due to his involvement with last year’s protests.
The occupation was not entirely peaceful and caused £50,000 worth of damage, according to the Vice-Chancellor.
UPDATE: Gilmour has been charged for violent disorder by police and is due in court on February 10.
Girton historian Charlie Gilmour was photographed using a Union Flag to climb the Cenotaph during yesterday’s protests.