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15 applicants are running for the opportunity to represent UWE at the annual NUS conference which is held on 21st-23rd April 2015 in Liverpool. You can vote now to decide which 7 of them will go! What...

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It is by far not a secret that the 20th November is a big day for every student of University of the West of England. The long-awaited Annual General Meeting is taking place in room 2B025 at Frenchay campus....

The results of the Scottish referendum started to come in in the early hours of the morning, giving the Better Together campaign a slight advantage over the independence supporters.  The final result...

Philip Mansell on why he supports the YES vote in the coming Scottish Independence referendum… Let me first start by stating that I am not Scottish, and therefore I am a complete outsider to the debate....

You southerners may feel that us Scots care purely about haggis, tartan and ‘FREEDOM’ (a quote from ‘Braveheart’ – classic). However in recent months, Great Britain has been jolted back to...

Nigel Farage promises “political earthquake” in European Elections, while MEP Godfrey Bloom overshadows UKIP Conference with yet more thoughtless words. Comment by Janeeth Devgun. UKIP, a...

Phillip Mansell gives us the facts of the Syrian Civil war and attempts to answer the big questions about what the devolpments in the country can mean for us.   Who is fighting, and why? The Syrian...

By Rikki Du Heaume 2012 has certainly been a busy year for politics and there is still more to come. Perhaps the most important political event for Bristol has been the referendum on an elected mayor....

>Charlotte Barnes looks at the recent controversy surrounding the Daily Mail’s columnist, Samantha Brick and her article, ‘“There are downsides to looking this pretty”: Why women hate me for...

>National demonstration to take place this autumn Current NUS President, Liam Burns, has been re-elected to continue in office until July 2013. During Burns’ first year as President he ran the ‘Come...