We spoke to NUS Vice President Richard Brooks about the consequences of leaving, what the NUS actually does for students and how their democracy works.
Brooks said the NUS take claims of anti-Semitism “incredibly seriously” but didn’t comment directly on the reaction to Malia Bouattia.
ARMIN SOLIMANI explains the schizophrenic identity crisis that is rocking Cambridge and threatening to blow CUSU apart
And it’s a landslide.
CHRIS SIMPSON, founder of ScotSoc, responds to yesterday’s pro Yes argument.
BILLY ALDRIDGE on why your vote at university matters.
Did you know that beyond the big ‘Yes’/’No’ debate there are local elections happening in Cambridge? The Tab talks you through what it all means.
With only hours until the referendum you’ve all been waiting for, The Tab is here to navigate you across the tempestuous seas of voting reform.
‘YES’ campaign triumphs in referendum on the NUS.
CUSU president Tom Chigbo has been reprimanded for breaking key election rules relating to the NUS referendum which opened today.
A key meeting of the CUSU Council broke up in confusion on Tuesday night.