A statement from CULC described the elections as “deeply undemocratic” and called for a new organisation to replace Labour Students.
One anonymous OULC member told Cherwell "on certain issues the ability to voice dissent via the press is valuable, and the Labour club will ultimately be weaker for the absence of honest disagreement with the party line.”
OULC co-chair described the Oxford Forum’s event as “poorly organised”
An OULC committee member said an apology from Williamson was "not enough"
The motion comes after a summer in which the issue of antisemitism plagued the national Labour Party
The Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, has promised an announcement on the issue in September
The party should not be too disappointed about the result, but can’t be complacent
Richard Seymour's clarification of his current views was deemed satisfactory for his speaker invitation not to be rescinded
Richard Seymour has been criticised for expressing support for anti-semitic terrorist group Hezbollah, and describing Labour's anti-semitism scandal as a 'witch-hunt'
If you proudly announce to me that you voted Labour in the last election, you don’t get it
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