Join us for naughty, wheaty fun (apologies to anyone who’s gluten free)
On behalf of the Cambridge Student Liberal Democrats
Feat. The Tories
He’s a Cambridge genetics grad
Michael Gove and Liz Kendall show how intolerant we’ve become
You can’t groove away the pain
A tragedy for beard lovers and people whose favourite colour is orangey-yellow everywhere
Julian Huppert is the Chosen One, argues REECE EDMENDS in part one of the Tab’s new series: ‘Who to vote for in Cambridge and why you should give a shit’
Ahead of the General Election next May, JAMIE WEBB talks to Dr Julian Huppert about street lighting, drugs, DJing, and Westminster bullies.
Trinity College fellow and city council candidate, Dr Peter Sarris is under fire for calling a pensioner “gaga” on twitter.
Britain’s cheekiest politician and Lola Lo fan LEMBIT OPIK spoke to BEN REDWOOD before heading out on the town.
ISAAC DELESTRE once again treads the fine line between slander between slander and circumspection to bring you news of the other place.
Cambridge MP Huppert picks up an award from an unlikely source for being one of the most “refreshing and energetic” people in politics.
Downing 2nd year Ashley Walsh is to stand for Labour for local election, in a ward that affects almost 10 colleges.
HELEN BRANNIGAN delves into the world of adult film with award-winning pornographer ANNA SPAN. “Ask yourself, why is it wrong to look at people having sex?”
TOM MOULE: “Vince was no longer Britain’s golden boy, and his recent antics have left many people wondering why on earth he was ever front-runner in the race to become Chancellor of the Exchequer.”
The peaceful protest in London against raising tuition fees descended into violence after the reforms were passed.
JUAN ZOBER DE FRANCISCO observes the frustration, passion and confusion at yesterday’s student protests.
DECLAN CLANCY goes to a protest and breaks into Senate House: “We’ve probably disturbed lunch. It appears no one really knows what to do now. Someone get the whiteboard out.”
Nick Clegg has cancelled his talk at the Oxford Union amid accusations that he is too “chicken” to answer students over his stance on tuition fees.