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The Lincoln candidates: Phil Gray

Independent candidate Phil Gray talks to The Linc about tuition fees, his own education and how our politicians fail to represent us. 

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The Lincoln canididates: Caroline Kenyon

Lib Dem candidate Caroline Kenyon talks to The Linc about celebrity dinners, the motivation to run a business, and the world’s longest street party…

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The Lincoln candidates: Ben Loryman

Green Party candidate Ben Loryman talks to The Linc about working for the NHS, the Manchester attacks, and encouraging young people to vote… 

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The Lincoln candidates: Iain Scott-Burdon

Independent candidate Iain Scott-Burdon talks to The Linc about accessibility, community cohesion, and transport for students…

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The Lincoln candidates: Karl McCartney

Conservative candidate Karl McCartney talks to The Linc about battle busses, education, and being a parent…

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The Lincoln candidates: Karen Lee

Karen Lee, former Lincolnshire mayor and local councillor, has been selected as the Labour candidate for Lincoln in the General Election.

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Do you have what it takes to become a Movember Student Ambassador?

Students all across the UK are being invited to take part in The Movember Foundation’s Student Ambassador programme, after applications for the scheme opened recently.

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Documentary exposes censorship by Students’ Union

Over the last few months a number of incidents have happened involving the Students’ Union which amounted to accusations of censorship of free speech.

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Just 12% of young people think politicians value their views, NUS poll reveals

In an National Union of Students poll of nearly 2,000 further and higher education students, only 12% agree that politicians value young people’s views – it has been announced.

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Firefighters called to rescue another adult and child stuck in footbridge lift

Lincoln firefighters have rescued an adult and child stuck in a lift on the High Street level crossing this afternoon.

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