The University and College Union (UCU) has accused Ruskin College in Oxford of “victimisation” of its members following several disciplinary and redundancy threats directed...
The election for Secretary was recounted after Lee Chin Wee was found guilty of electoral malpractice.
One allegation could see a tribunal rule that the conduct of Sara Dube’s ‘RISE’ campaign had compromised the integrity of Thursday’s elections. This could lead to a rerun of the entire election.
The controversial comment was part of a motion for a "declaration of war on St. Edmund's Hall".
At a meeting on Monday, Treasurer Charlie Coverman claimed that he withdrew a motion opposing the nominations after facing abuse from colleagues, including being told there was "a special wing in hell" for him.
According to an email sent to Katie Hopkins by The Guardian and shared by Hopkins' on social media, the politician has withdrawn from the debate because of Hopkins’ participation.
The organisers accused the Union’s leadership of “attempting to use the dangerous rise of fascist and far right movements around the world to gain publicity and further their own careers.
The departure comes amidst rumours of tense relationships between committee members and that Harvey had been the subject of bullying, according to sources close to the ex-secretary. The position will be filled by Standing Committee member Spencer Cohen.
Just over 40% of speakers identify as women*, whilst 37.6% are BAME.
An anonymous letter to the RO described the reasons for Lee's ineligibility