Chris Carter is a 2nd Year Politics Student and Labour Councillor for Loughborough Ashby. His regular column for Label Magazine will be republished Online once a fortnight.
Label Editor, Jago Pearson, analyses the Union Council of January 20.
Jon Linnell explains the reasons behind the Wikipedia blackout on January 18 and the potential implications of their actions.
With 47 universities announcing a reduction in fees, Emma Cluley explains why the NUS are still unhappy with the decision.
Chris Carter is a 2nd Year Politics Student and Labour Councillor for Loughborough Ashby. His new regular column for Label Magazine will be republished Online once a fortnight.
Are Poundland and the BBC right to ban their employees from wearing poppies in the lead up to Remembrance Sunday on November 11?
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Label Editor, Jago Pearson uses his fortnightly editorial to congratulate Rebecca Bridger on her election to the NUS Executive, but also to highlight what he sees as widespread problems with the organisation.
Matt Frost looks into the latest physics research from OPERA and what it could mean for the future of science.