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Taking student politics far too seriously

It feels like barely a day goes by at the moment without some corner of social media getting worked up about something that’s happened at a university. The Student Union at the University of West Loamshire fails to pass a motion condemning bad…

Worth Reading 147: Inevitable snooker analogies

Here’s why it matters where we draw city limits – A quick lesson in house building and spatial planning incentives from Jonn Elledge. Dear members who read Liberal Democrat Voice, it seems that we aren’t as representative as you thought… – Interesting thoughts…

Worth Reading 136: Amateur broadcasting starts here

Have England’s universities been privatised by stealth? – How fees have radically changed higher education. Some Thoughts On Online Voting – Why introducing it would bring in a whole load of new security concerns. Iran: The Ayatollah succession question – A report from…

Worth Reading 93: Unnatural occurrences only from now on

A very short post about Iraq – The Yorkshire Ranter with a succinct response to the ‘I was wrong, but’ brigade. The less well-paid you are when you enter the labour market, the more your degree will now cost – From the LSE’s…

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