Britain’s National Students Union in Crisis

The United Kingdom’s National Union of Students (NUS) is in crisis. Three major university student associations — Newcastle, Lincoln and Hull — have disaffiliated themselves from the organization, and more are set to follow. NUS is struggling even to retain its previous strongholds, such as Exeter’s Student Association.

The Exeter University campaign to leave the NUS managed to increase the number of votes to defect from roughly 200 to 2546. This stampede occurred despite the massive protests by the “stay” campaign, including text messages to thousands of students and visits to the school by more than 10 senior NUS officials, including two Vice Presidents-elect and the President-elect.

Why are students from so many British universities fighting to leave the NUS? Well, take for example statements by its new president-elect, Malia Bouattia.

  • xavier

    Yes and the alumni can withold any donation so ling as their universities stay with the NUS and employers can informally blackball graduating student who’s still a member or whose university had left the organizatoon.

    Slowly but surely people are getting fed up with thr insufferable antics of the mulim/sjw intersection. Money will impose reality once univesiti3s struggle witb their bills

  • ed

    not every north African muslima wears a bag on their head ! but the poison is still there

  • xavier


    Sadly yes. The only rational people in the Magreb are the Amazighs (aka erroneously called Berbers)

    Isn’t it telling that the people not crazy in the region are the indigenous like the copts mariionites Kurds assyrians chaldeans yazedis and the amazighs?