Author Archives: UCL Occupation

CHRISTIAN KHAN PRESS RELEASE: PARTIAL VICTORY FOR UCL STUDENT OCCUPATION

CHRISTIAN KHAN PRESS RELEASE: PARTIAL VICTORY FOR UCL STUDENT OCCUPATION 8 December 2010 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Kat Craig of Christian Khan Solicitors represented UCL students Sarah Crane-Brewer and Frank Harris in possession proceedings brought by University College London (UCL) management … Continue reading

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We Say Cuppa, You Say Copper! Adventures in Southwark with Simon Hughes

A small group of the UCL Occupation decided to go for a cup of tea at a lovely cafe that happens to be adjacent to the constituency office of the Liberal Democrat MP Simon Hughes. For some reason the London … Continue reading

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We Say Cuppa, You Say Copper! Adventures in Southwark with Simon Hughes

A small group of the UCL Occupation decided to go for a cup of tea at a lovely cafe that happens to be adjacent to the constituency office of the Liberal Democrat MP Simon Hughes. For some reason the London … Continue reading

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Martin Rowson – Guardian Cartoonist

We just received a cartoon and email of support from esteemed political cartoonist Martin Rowson: “This is just to express my wholehearted support for your ongoing action… and just to help, you might enjoy the attached cartoon I knocked off … Continue reading

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London Review of Books – At the occupation

The stately dome and columns of University College London are dominated by a bedsheet banner proclaiming its occupation and the grey stone is scrawled with coloured chalk: ‘Cut Out Cuts: Don’t Con-Dem Me!’ Inside, the campus has supposedly been put … Continue reading

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We Won!

The result of the Extraordinary General Meeting… we won! This was a bit of a bittersweet victory. Many people who came were unable to get in due to the limit of the room booked. A student-body wide referendum will be … Continue reading

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Greek Embassy Protest

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