The incoming Kingston University Student Union president has posted this blog, in which he discusses his view of representation and admits being “somewhat false” about his right-wing political ideologies in the recent KUSU General Elections.
Below is the response I left in the comments box, and the subsequent replies:
Last week was the TUC: March for the Alternative. Here is a fantastic youtube video showing a first-person account of police tactics at the event:
My friend, Joe Stanley-Smith, 18, who’s a first year at Kingston University, went along to to the march. He, unfortunately, got himself arrested for allegedly vandalising one of the lions in Trafalgar square. No doubt he came back with a pretty interesting tale or two about the day; so, I asked him to put together a guest blog for me. Enjoy!
Team X have lost the Kingston University Student Union General Election to Team Unity, so I’ve heard, but I’m left with a number of unanswered questions about why the election was such a shambles. I’m not questioning the legitimacy of the vote, but.. Why do I feel that Kingston’s students were intentionally kept in the dark?