last saturday morning (14th may), 7.32-7.40am, on bbc radio 4 today (presented by justin webb and john humphrys) includes …
“Students at Exeter University voted on Friday to stay in the National Union of Students after those at Newcastle (Thursday) and Lincoln (Monday) voted to leave this week.
The votes have come after many student unions claimed the NUS no longer represented their views. There have also been concerns of anti-Semitism over the new President elect, Malia Bouattia.
Speaking live are • Jack May, English student at the university of Cambridge and founder of ‘NUS: Let Cambridge Decide’ and • National Union of Students vice president Richard Brooks.”