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Halls go home empty handed after failing students on affordable rents

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Rudd’s ruthless crackdown on international students

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Saucy Tsar: Lamé to boost London night life

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Last Editorial: Goodbye Beaver!

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What You Should Know About Black History Month

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Gone Too Soon : In Memory of Adhil Bakeer Markar

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By Taryana Odayar, Executive Editor.     

Students Present United Front with Marginalised LSE Workers

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By Greg Sproston, Managing Editor. There was a mood of defiance and cautious optimism outside the Saw Swee Hock centre on Friday afternoon as students and others stood in solidarity with cleaners in condemnation of the treatment of staff on outsourced contracts. The event, advertised on Facebook as ‘Reinstate Alba: Justice for LSE Cleaners’ attracted a crowd of approximately 200. The organisers of the demo, the United Voices of the…

Editorial : On the Death of a Friend

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By Taryana Odayar, Executive Editor. Don’t let the title of this Editorial put you off. I am not usually one to express grief so openly, and being only 21 years old I can say that I haven’t experienced too many instances of heartbreak or angst. But last week caught me off guard completely, because last week Adhil Bakeer Markar, a friend of mine who had just started his Masters at…

British Government bars LSE’s foreign academics from Brexit project

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By Taryana Odayar, Executive Editor. Up to nine foreign LSE academics specialising in EU affairs, who were working on a Brexit advisory project for the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), have been barred from contributing to further government Brexit work. The FCO had previously asked the LSE to prepare a series of policy briefs on Brexit, but LSE now says that the team leader of the Brexit project was told by the…

LSE Sweeps Cleaning Staff Problems Under the Rug

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By Taryana Odayar, Executive Editor.  Last Thursday the 29th of October, an open meeting ‘Justice for LSE Cleaners!’ was held at the Thai Theatre in LSE’s New Academic Building, and was attended by LSE students, staff, trade unionists and journalists. The meeting was organised by United Voices of the World (UVW), a grassroots, independent trade union which represents low-paid migrant workers across London, and whose members are mostly cleaning staff….