Running on a platform of "re-legitimising" the student organisation, Mr Harwood secured just 35 votes from the Conference's 1,200 delegates, compared to Malia Bouattia's 272 and Shakhira Martin's 402.
“It is a special place which we all know and love.”
After Article 50 was officially triggered earlier today, the University has announced it will work through Universities UK (UUK) and the Russell Group to protect continued access to EU research funding and the contributions of international staff...
James Delingpole claims that “attempts to broaden the social mix at Oxford and Cambridge have instead created a sterile PC monoculture”, leaving Durham with an “influx of talent” that raises its standards of intellectual discovery.
“There are a number of reasons why full-time, three-year degree programmes are generally the most appropriate at research-intensive institutions like Durham."
Just 60.5% of first-year students entering Durham in 2015/16 came from state schools. Is there a problem?
“People are here to say we don’t want Donald Trump. We don’t want his hate, racism, Islamophobia, his sexism."