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Nominations for NUS ‘In’ or ‘Out’ kickstart two weeks of campaigning

NUS referendum picks up as the campaigns have been chosen

Former OULC co-Chair kicked out of Labour

David Klemperer suspended from the Labour Party after nominating Harry Samuels as a Lib Dem candidate in recent elections

Yes To NUS Facebook likes soar in suspicious circumstances

Facebook likes on the Yes to NUS campaign page look unlikely to be genuine

If OUSU wants to be taken seriously, it should let us see what its up to

Stopping Cherwell from filming in Council is closing the door on student politics

Labour Club to debate women empowerment

The Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group against anti-Semitism will address OULC before motions on empowering women and condemning the new NUS President are debated

Majority want NUS ‘Oxit’

Following announcement of NUS referendum, Cherwell survey finds that majority want out

Oxford to hold referendum on NUS membership

Referendum will be held on Oxford's affiliation to the National Union of Students before sixth week

JCRs in favour of NUS referendum

Numerous JCRs have mandated their OUSU reps to vote for the NUS referendum motion being discussed at OUSU Council tonight

Everything wrong with the NUS disaffiliation motion

In a real car-crash of a motion to OUSU Council, David Klemperer, one of Oxford’s NUS delegates and a member of the ‘Oh Well,...

A referendum on the NUS

Harry Samuels speaks to NUS' naivety, calling the organisation "patently unreformable"

NUS conference debates Holocaust commemoration

The conference also featured debate on Yik Yak and legal highs.

Bouattia elected NUS President despite allegations of anti-Semitism

NUS conference elects Malia Bouattia to Presidency despite concerns expressed by Jewish socieities

Claims of anti-semitism hit NUS Presidential race

Oxford JSoc among the 48 student societies asking questions of Malia Bouattia in open letter

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