Far left masked anarchists violently shut down libertarian event at King’s College London

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NUS criticised for ‘excluding’ Jewish students

Student Rights has long argued that there is a problem with antisemitism on the UK’s university campuses, and that this is an issue which the National Union of Students (NUS) has failed to take seriously. The perception the organisation has failed to deal with the problem was strengthened earlier this year following the election of […]

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Tommy Robinson’s invite to Oxford causes controversy

With the issue of extremist speakers on university campuses in the news, tonight the former English Defence League (EDL) leader Tommy Robinson will speak at the University of Oxford. Originally due to address the Oxford Union on 23 October before being returned to prison, Robinson’s invite has caused controversy, with anti-fascist groups calling for him […]

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