Katrina Goddard considers the upcoming General Election and student voting.
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Today, Friday 13th March, a service was held in commemoration and thanks to all of the servicemen and women who fought and were killed in…
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With Exec Elections and a General Election just around the corner, Label explore what really is more important to students in Loughborough…
Oxford University students have taken action to leave the National Union of Students (NUS).
David Willetts, the Minister for Universities and Science, has announced measures of ̢���modernising the current system̢����� of Disabled Students Allowance. This could spell cuts to the support granted to students in need of extra help.
A label review on England̢����s first gay marriages.
An instant music ban has been imposed against the proprietor (Infinite Leisure Ltd) of Mansion, Loughborough, after a Phonographic Performance Ltd (PPL) inspection revealed that the club had been playing some music without an appropriate licence. PPL collects and distributes money on behalf of record companies and performers. During the inspection the club is alleged to have played Scouting For Girls̢���� She̢����s So Lovely, Taio Cruz̢����s Troublemaker and Bastille̢����s Pompeii, all artists covered by PPL licences.