Marcell Grant, The Linc‘s reporter, was one of the 50,000 in London for the NUS and UCU demo on Wednesday, November 10th. He offers a different perspective on the day’s events.
Alan Johnson, the brazen-faced man who bears the scars of hard knocks, is now shadow chancellor. But is he ready to tackle the Coalition’s cuts?
Ed Miliband is being held up as a potential saviour of the Labour Party. He is seen as distant from the New Labour many came to hate, but how far from them is he?
We’re all off for the summer, but don’t fret! We’ll continue to update the site during this period, just not as regularly.
Rob Wells, The Linc‘s former news editor, critiques the Students’ Union as an institution and asks that all important question – why should anyone care about the SU?
The 2010 SU elections saw five positions unfilled and unconstested. Jack Dobson looks at the possible reasons why this happened, and what it means for the groups affected.
Rob Wells is not impressed with Chris Charnley’s manifesto pledges this year and explains why he shouldn’t get the student vote once more.
Officers at the Students’ Union still do not understand the concept of accountability, and The Agenda is certainly not helping them to “tick that box”.