• Student Thoughts on Strike Action

    Ellie dissects the results of Impact's recent anonymous survey on student opinion following the second wave of University and College Union (UCU) strikes....
  • Can Climate Change be Averted?

    Alice reports on the recent climate crisis panel hosted by Nottingham Labour Students and the Environmental and Social Justice Network....
  • Labour Ballots Drop

    With the Labour Leadership contest edging ever closer towards its April 4th conclusion, Alice offers a comprehensive insight into the candidates, odds and a post-Corbyn Labour party....
  • Democratic Review Referendum – What Does Voting ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ Mean?

    Between 9AM on Wednesday 12th to 3PM on Wednesday 19th February, UoNSU is holding a student-wide referendum on the structure of the Student’s Union. The question being asked is ‘Do you wish to adopt the proposed democratic model?’. However, what does voting ‘yes’ or ‘no’ actually mean?...
  • Plans to Decriminalise Non-Payment of TV License Fee Announced

    Dating back to when it was charged on the owners of radio sets, the license fee has been a method of funding the BBC since 1923. In light of recent government consultations, however, George investigates the government's recent plans to scrap the prosecution of non-payers and the far-reaching consequences. ...
  • A Memorial to Errol Graham

    Ellie Stainforth-Mallison explores the governmental footfalls that led to the tragic death of Errol Graham last June, before paying tribute to the stunning memorial organised this week in his honour. ...
  • Democratic Review 19/20: Interview with Cassie Ulrich

    Cassie Ulrich is the Education Officer at the University of Nottingham. This role involves co-leading the Education Network and the more than 700 students that represent students’ academic experience to the Schools, Faculties and University.  In your words, what exactly is the Democratic Review 19/20? The Democratic Review is an...