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The Students’ Union referendum on Prevent has been extended after “a technical glitch” that meant the referendum question was not actually displayed on the voting page.
The NUS brought students from the University of Lincoln and Bishop Grosseteste University together with Lincoln MP Karl McCartney to campaign against what are being described by the government as “measures to modernise the Disabled Students’ Allowances”.
Written by Kelly Pyart and Gregor Smith. Labour’s Shadow Transport Secretary, Mary Creagh, visited Lincoln this Thursday to kick-start Labour’s local election campaign, speaking on a number of issues affecting both students and local people.
Zero-hour contracts have been criticised from all sides of the political spectrum, being debated on the most recent episode of the BBC’s Question Time whilst the current Business Secretary, Vince Cable, admitted that they “can offer limited employment rights and job security”.
Parrots can understand and enjoy the concept of sharing, a recent study from the University of Lincoln’s School of Life Sciences has found.
A survey of train passengers published this week revealed that East Midlands Trains, the rail company that operates trains throughout Lincolnshire, has passenger satisfaction rates of just 50 percent.
The Shed might have been saved, but its future is still up for debate: the Students’ Union now want to rename the pub, which came under SU control over the Christmas period.
Performers and researchers from universities across the world have formed an unlikely coalition, led by the University of Lincoln’s Schools of Computer Science, Media, and Performing Arts.
Written by Gregor Smith. Lincolnshire Co-operative has published its annual business report for the 2012/13 year this week detailing a number of successes.