democracy

LIVEBLOG: Election Night 2017

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Wetherspoons founder talks booze and Brexit

‘What we have to do is assert our independence’

YEATES DEBATES: Why can’t Cambridge students handle opinions?

‘Opinions’ looks like ‘onions’. Both can make you cry.

Where did it all go wrong? The Tab’s Cambridge highlights of 2016

Time to pick through the burning bits of wreckage from a horrible year.

YES campaign force CUSU to campaign for class lists

It’ll be up to CUSU to make sure the opt-out happens

Churchill JCR crisis: College BNOC banned by ‘fun police’

#Justice4Cen

Democracy: A Sketch Show – Review

WILL POPPLEWELL gives this sketch show a vote of no confidence

‘Whose University?’ backlash: who got it wrong?

 There’s bitter division in the ranks at the Tab Cambridge over that pernicious question: Whose University is it anyway?

The Tab Meets: Julian Huppert MP

Ahead of the General Election next May, JAMIE WEBB talks to Dr Julian Huppert about street lighting, drugs, DJing, and Westminster bullies.

Shit College: Peterhouse Vs Corpus

Our first battle of term proves small does not always means beautiful

Disaffiliation Fever

CUSU are right: we have good reason to fear the domino effect of disaffiliation. KATIE ZINSER gives an insight from the future into the worrying possibilities.

CUSU — Who Are You?

Cärlchen Jupp warns against voting for yet another “van Rompuy” candidate in this week’s CUSU elections.

The Dark Side of Eurovision

TOM BELGER investigates the side of Azerbaijan that it doesn’t want the rest of Europe to see.

Your Vote Matters Here

BILLY ALDRIDGE on why your vote at university matters.

Hands Off My Love Pistol!

By banning offensive words, The Pakistani Telecommunications Authority are limiting freedom of expression to an unacceptable extent are encouraging people to create new slang.

No Standing Ovation for Conference Season

Party conference season is the clearest example of the gap between the leader and the led.

Turn On, or Turn Off?

ALICE THWAITE examines the effect of the televised debates on the impending election.