Controversy remains as two candidates will not be investigated, despite allegations of electoral misconduct
Turnout also fell – with only 19.4% of students voting
Polling stations can be found in the Students’ Union, North Campus, and Owens Park, Fallowfield
Incoming Welfare Officer says, “I don’t think people can talk about apathy anymore…students have been excited, they’ve been engaged”
Alex Tayler was elected on a manifesto promising cheaper food, an increased bursary fund for masters students and an affordable ‘Stagecoach-First’ bus pass
Voting opens on the 24th October
Elliott Mills witters on for far too long; omnipresent voice Elliot Mills brings us back to a straightened-out meaning of meaning
48 students have put themselves forward in this year’s Exec elections, significantly lower than the 105 that stood last year
Editor-in-Chief Ethan Davies argues that whilst students are still angry over the latest elections controversy, they should head to Senate to make their voice heard
Cachella Smith suggests that providing incentives to encourage people to vote will not necessarily generate a fair and representative outcome
Unsuccessful Activities and Development Officer candidate, Ant Menezes, says there is a growing divide between students and Exec Officers
If you want to see change at the Students’ Union then apply to be an exec officer now!
Described by the General Secretary as a chance “to reform and represent our students as best we can”, less than 500 students voted in the ‘All Student Vote’
The British people keep calling the government’s bluff, so why are they still going all-in?
The Exec elections saw a 36 per cent drop in turnout for 2017 elections, as Alex Tayler becomes General Secretary of the Students’ Union
No matter how many millions of women marched, Donald Trump was always going to hold onto power, pushing ahead with his policies. But that does not mean the march was in vain