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UCL Occupation has just learned that students at the Slade School of Fine Art are now occupying in protest against cuts to university funding threaten the existence of arts and humanities education. We spoke to a student at this autonomous … Continue reading

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Student Day of Action Begins – POLICE CAUSE CHAOS

As students assemble for the latest day of action against fees and education cuts: – Rally assembles for noon, Trafalgar square – Police attempt to pre-emptively kettle protesters as they assemble, Trafalgar square – Police have reneged on agreement to … Continue reading

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Aaron Porter declares support for all student occupations, agrees to UCL Occupation’s proposals

Aaron Porter, the President of the National Union of Students, this morning visited the UCL Occupation. We presented the following demands, to which Aaron agreed in full; to publicly support all student occupations- on the frontpage of the NUS website … Continue reading

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UCL Occupation challenges Michael Gove

Apparently Michael Gove responds to debate. So we’ve challenged him to one. The UCL Occupation sent the following to Michael Gove this afternoon: Dear Mr Gove, You may be aware that as of 12.15pm on Wednesday 24th November, students have … Continue reading

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Support the occupation – how to help

We’ve added some ways you can support us – How to Support the UCL Occupation Thanks for all your support so far!

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UCL occupation press notice

PRESS NOTICE… PRESS NOTICE… HUNDREDS OF UCL STUDENTS ARE STAGING AN OCCUPATION IN PROTEST AT RISES IN FEES AND CUTS TO EDUCATION Students occupying UCL have said: “We stand against fees and savage cuts to higher education and government attempts to … Continue reading

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UCL occupation demands

We demand that UCL: Issue a statement condemning all cuts to higher education and the rise in tuition fees. Implement a complete open books policy with regards to existing budget constraints. Ensure no redundancies for teaching, research or support staff. … Continue reading

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