Introducing the new NUS president – who wouldn’t condemn Isis

Students have been getting a bad rep of late. Whether it’s safe space advocates proposing motions to ban free speech societies or equality officers tweeting ‘kill all white men’, the mood on campus has changed dramatically in the past five years. So, will this change with the election of a new National Union of Students president? It’s not looking all that likely following today’s news that Malia Bouattia has been elected as NUS president — to the delight of Cage, the Islamic-focussed advocacy organisation.

  • Hard Little Machine

    The remedy is to simply introduce them to ISIS tactics. There is nothing a few public beheadings, shooting, stonings or tossings off of roofs can’t address with those fresh young minds.

    • Gary

      Blacks , gays and feminists are in for a big shock under sharia by the Whahhabi Sunni Arab muslms.

  • tom_billesley

    Students from several universities, including Oxford and Cambridge, are threatening to split from NUS over election of Malia Bouattia.