They clarified that the business will be separate from the existing Flat White cafés
A forum discussing Durham University’s expansion plans resulted in heated dialogue from members of Durham’s local community on Thursday.
The result has come as a disappointment to many academics who believed the proposal did not offer enough.
Ms Martin won 352 votes, Mr Saqib 168 and Ms James 104. 66 votes were cast in favour of Re-Open Nominations.
"We're really happy, this is such a joy and a relief. Now we can go back to the research we have to do."
The news comes after a petition to challenge the Home Office's decision reached over 65,000 signatures.
An open letter addressed to the national leadership of the union, signed by over 7,000 people, urged its leaders to reject the “unacceptable” proposals that sought to create a three-year interim solution to the pensions dispute.