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CULC Ditches Alistair Campbell as Honorary President

The University Labour Club has instead made Dianne Abbott, Muntadhar Al-Zaidi and Marielle Franco their new honorary presidents

Why you should vote Labour

On behalf of the Cambridge University Labour Club

Could YOU be Cambridge’s Biggest BNOC?

Nominate a Cantab now

Tim Farron speaks at Cambridge Union, talks Brexit and claims ‘Farage is into cheap lager’

The Lib-Dem leader spoke to students about Brexit and a ‘fact averse nationalist elite’

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 5: Tory Triggers, Chundergraduates and Fashionista Faff

Jack Benda and Ellie Olcott round up the weekly news

The News Bulletin, Week 1: Egyptian controversy, TCS misunderstandings and Trinity Yu-Gi-Oh!

Jack Benda and Ellie Olcott round up the weekly news

You’re not so unique you don’t have to vote

If you’re not going to vote, come up with a better excuse, says XAVIER BISITS.

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’

Now Huppert’s being a naughty boy – say the Labour Club

This is serious

Labour candidate pledges “zero tolerance” on sexual harassment

He wants to make the city safer

Balls at Cambridge: The sweetest of babes

Balls didn’t let policy get in the way of charming Cantabs

Broken Brittan? Sex Abuse Scandal Hits Cambridge

Labour Club slams CUCA over their sex-scandal embroiled Vice President.

Will-ett’s Quite a Punishment for Student Activism!

Cambridge Defend Education members Jessica O’Driscoll-Breen and Conrad Landin fined £20 each by the Cambridge Union Society

Cambridge Coppers clueless at student ‘spying’ questions

FRANCESCA EBEL and HARRY SHUKMAN question the police on student surveillance.

CUSU Gets Serious On Living Wage

On Monday the CUSU council voted to create a permanent Living Wage Officer. JOE WHITWELL reports.

Thatcher’s Death: How Student Politics became all about Pandering

JOEL FENSTER argues that reactions to Thatcher’s death show us how broken Cambridge politics is.

Mozart’s Serenade No. 10 ‘Gran Partita’

It fizzed, it sparkled, but didn’t quite pack that extra punch, writes HARRY HICKMORE

Lliam Patterson Recital: Hindemith, Leighton and Bach

MEGAN KENNEDY sacrifices her lunch for a concert and is surprisingly happy about it all.