Donald Trump: don’t feed the troll of American politics

“Part of the beauty of me is that I’m very rich.” As the contents of this week’s Comment section should go some way towards proving, the world is rapidly transforming into an episode of Black Mirror. The example under consideration in this article is, of course, Donald Trump, who provides this article’s epigraph, a quote […]

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OUSU calls for opinions on new immigration bill

OUSU is calling on international students to respond to an NUS survey collecting opinions on the government’s proposed immigration bill. Students in all NUS-affiliated universities are being asked to complete the survey so that student opinion can be presented to the House of Lords, ahead of their vote on the bill. A number of the proposals would affect all students from outside the EEA, leading […]

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In support of London Met’s international students

Find a new university in sixty days or get kicked out of the country. This is the message that the two-thousand strong population of international students at London Metropolitan University woke up to yesterday. It is a result of immigration minister Damian Green’s decision to abruptly revoke the university’s ‘highly trusted sponsor’ status, meaning that […]

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