MP Jacob Rees-Mogg was applauded for stating at an Exeter University Conservative Association and Guild approved event on Friday 22 October that he was “proud,” of Britain’s colonial past. This came alongside Rees-Mogg’s decision to not to comment on an audience member’s use of ‘LGBT’ as an insult.
The Exeter Students’ Guild has voted to stay in the National Union of Students. 1,291 students voted, surpassing the 1,187 total the referendum needed for a legitimate result. Out of the 23,615 students eligible to vote, only 5.5 per cent voted. 681 students (52.75%) voted “For” continued affiliation The online vote opened at 9am, […]
EVERY time that I think I’m over Brexit, I realise that I’m really, *really* not. It’s been over two years: I’m still deeply angry. I’m angry that politicians sold false promises for their own political gain (and that the British people fell for them), I’m angry that Brexit deal negotiations have devolved into utter shambles. […]
Sarah Gough, Editor of Exeposé, chaired and kicked off the first Sabb Question Time of the year alongside President Laura-Jane Tiley, VP Activities Katie O’Connor, VP Welfare & Diversity Naomi Armstrong, VP Education Bethan Jones and AU President Jack Bristow in DH1’s M+D room. Prior to the event, students were given the opportunity to send in […]