The President of the Oxford Union, Mayank Banerjee, has stated that he plans to resign on Friday if his disputed rules changes are not enforced in Friday’s elections for the society’s committee. They were overwhelmingly endorsed by the Union’s membership in a poll conducted on 13th November when 92 per cent of those who voted indicated they were in favour of the relaxing of the Unions laws on electoral malpractice.
Student radio station Oxide is resuming broadcasting again after OUSU has lent a pre-owned computer to replace the station’s faulty Mac. After the hard-drive of the Mac Oxide broadcast from failed, the station spent the last two weeks transferring the radio software over to the OUSU-provided, new one.
An article by an Oxford law professor has called threats of litigation against University staff who participate in industrial action over pensions as a violation of human rights.