Lincoln students will vote next week to decide whether their Students Union should be represented at a National Union of Students demonstration in London on November 19.
The University of Lincoln Students’ Union will be leaving the National Union of Students (NUS) following a campus-wide referendum.
Conservative candidate and county councillor Marc Jones will replace Alan Hardwick as Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire following Thursday’s elections.
The sun is shining bright over Lincoln, which means the end of local election counting and the beginning of the Police and Crime Commissioner count.
Polls have now closed after thousands of Lincolnites went to elect a whole new set of city councillors.
Policies to ban certain speakers from universities – known as ‘no platforming’ – could be illegal, according to legal advice received by the National Union of Students.
The National Union of Students have voted to crack down on anonymous social media to ensure “safer” SU elections.
Lincoln SU have successfully campaigned for a ban on the app in Lincoln, now they want it banned nationwide with the backing of the NUS – but they’re refusing to talk about abuse tutors & students suffer.
Students are most at risk of ‘dropping off’ – not in a long 9am lecture, but from the electoral register.