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Have the NUS elections created an unrepresentative student body?

May 9, 2016 |

The NUS (National Union of Students) Annual Conference held in Brighton two weeks ago might have been the most controversial for over a decade. Malia Bouattia, former NUS Black Students’ Officer, was elected as the first female Muslim NUS President … Read More

UK Local Elections 2016

May 7, 2016 |

A South Asian, Sadiq Khan, was elected as Mayor of London for the first time, highlighting how multicultural the capital is. With less than 45% of the city’s population being White British, the colour of one’s skin is becoming much … Read More

UK Elections 2016 Survey Report

May 5, 2016 |

The National Hindu Students’ Forum (UK) undertook a member opinion survey to better understand and gauge voting intentions of the Hindu student community in the UK, in view of current elections. The aim was to understand the most important issues … Read More

How to register to vote

Apr 27, 2015 |

Have you registered to vote? Did you know you have to register individually to vote in any UK Election? In 2010, the NUS warned that 22% of students might not have been able to vote, as they weren’t registered. Last … Read More

Why should we vote?

Apr 27, 2015 |

Less than 50% of students turned out to vote in the last general election. We’re labelled as lazy, uninterested and apathetic when it comes to elections. Apparently, we just don’t care!

Why is it then, that 9 in 10 students … Read More