The former Mayor of London KEN LIVINGSTONE takes some time at the Union to chat to CHRISTINA SWEENEY-BAIRD and SARAH BEADLE about Blair, Brown and Jimmy Savile.
Britain’s cheekiest politician and Lola Lo fan LEMBIT OPIK spoke to BEN REDWOOD before heading out on the town.
In the first of our weekly updates from Oxford TIM WIGMORE talks of Britain’s Got Talent and wet t-shirts on May Day.
‘Would you have protested if you were a student today?’ ‘Yes I would have.’ DAVID HOLLAND goes all John Humphreys on politician DAVID BLUNKETT.
ALICE THWAITE examines the effect of the televised debates on the impending election.
In the lead up to 6th May, DAN WALKER asks why the Lib Dems aren’t the clear front runner.
Missed last night’s debate? Here’s what BAYAN PARVIZI has to say.
HANNAH MARTIN wonders why the women who are considered by the media to be political figures appear to be nothing more than WAGs.
Don’t be apathetic: BAYAN PARVIZI with a brief note on the upcoming election.
After the The Tab’s hoax fools The Sun, PHOEBE LUCKHURST and LOTTIE UNWIN select April Fool’s Day’s finest efforts.
George Owers, head of CULC, has sensationally accused the Russell Group of spinning ‘outrageous lies and misrepresentation’.
Staff and students have lashed out at Gordon Brownâ€™s proposed Â£2.5 BILLION cut in higher education spending.
A French witch, first seen in the The Tab in October, now plans to stand in the next election.
We’re rating iPlayer’s latest offering, but slating Mr Brand.
London Conservative Futures have created this amusing game to win over the youth vote.