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The University of Lincoln Students’ Union has formally apologised to the Conservative Society, after their social media accounts were temporarily suspended last month.
Motions on free speech, the National Student Survey (NSS) and the SU Disciplinary Panel have been passed by Lincoln students, after an emergency All Student Members Meeting took place last night.
Hello and welcome to The Linc’s live coverage of tonight’s All Student Members Meeting (ASM), which includes motions on free speech, boycotting the National Student Survey, and the SU’s Disciplinary Procedure. This emergency ASM comes after a protest on freedom of speech took place outside the Students’ Union on Friday, March 10. Over 70 students signed […]
The University of Lincoln Students’ Union have called an All Student Members (ASM) meeting, after a petition was signed by over 70 people at a protest on Friday afternoon.
The University of Lincoln Students’ Union has come under fire from some of its own officers after temporarily suspending the social media accounts of the university’s Conservative Society.
As debate surrounding the University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union suspending the Conservative Society’s social media snowballs, politicians and the national media have also been responding to the news.
A sit-in protest is being organised at the Engine Shed on Friday in opposition to the University of Lincoln Students’ Union (SU).
The University of Lincoln and the Students’ Union have been given an overall ‘red’ status for freedom of expression in this year’s Free Speech University Rankings.
The University of Lincoln ranked amber in the most recent Free Speech University Rankings, with Lincoln SU condemned with a red.