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The Tab’s Political Survey: The Results

How Conservative is your college? How socialist is your subject?

Breaking: Apology from Cambridge student who burned money in front of a homeless person

Pembroke College has announced that the student will be returning to Cambridge University

Meet the Candidates

Including a PhD, a nurse and an amateur DJ

MICHAEL HOWARD: “If you’re really politically ambitious, you’d probably go to Oxf*rd.”

Former Conservative leader and Union President Michael Howard talks Peterhouse, Politics, and THAT Paxman interview

In defence of Cambridge University Conservative Association

From the Chairman

Labour Club passes motion to stop TORY INFILTRATION

Fears that members of other political organisations were attempting to influence elections and policy positions taken by CULC.

The News Bulletin, Week 2: Port & parody, Curry King comrades and cover picture conundrums

Jack Benda and Ellie Olcott round up the weekly news

Tory Cantabs get privileged entry to exclusive dining club

No shit

Top 9 places to revise in Cambridge

Excluding libraries…

Was voting a waste of time?

Seriously, why did I bother lugging myself all the way back to London to vote?

Under threat: Cambridge’s Vice-Chancellor is terrified by Labour’s manifesto

Labour’s toxic combo of cuts in fees and government spending leaves Cambridge threatened

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’

Get off your lazy arse and vote

But not for UKIP. Voting today is your duty, says FRED COTTERILL.

Why I’m voting UKIP

Former CUCA Chairman and disappointed Tory CALLUM WOOD thinks dismissing UKIP out of hand is ultimately silly

Tab Tries: Political Extremism

Bored of the red team and the blue team? JACK EMMINS takes a walk on the wild side of politics.

Young, Bright and on the Right – A Response

Former CUCA chairman CALLUM WOOD worries the BBC 2 show will re-enforce stereotypes.

No Victories For Student Council Hopefuls

Students lose out in council elections amidst a low turnout.

Fit Councillor

In the run up to the local elections, three student politicos fight for a bigger prize: FIT COUNCILLOR.

Brahms: Variations on a Theme of Haydn, Copland: Clarinet Concerto, Schubert: Symphony No. 9

CUCO prove they can still do the canon, but HARRY DADSWELL wants a programme with a bit more of a bang.

Upper Class-Holes

Balliol College have a travel grant specifically for Old Etonians so they can get paid to study ‘poor people’.