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CULA in the news:

Varsity: Cha Cha Cha! Cambridge celebrates Eurovision as UK play hosts

The Cambridge University Liberal Association (CULA) took over Lucy Cavenish’s bar… (read more)

Varsity: PhD student beats Union president in City Council elections

Cambridge PhD student, Anthony Martinelli, was elected as a Liberal Democrat councillor in this week’s elections. (read more)

Varsity: Cambridge mourns Queen Elizabeth II

University societies were quick to follow… Cambridge University Liberal Association (CULA) tweeted… (read more)

Varsity: ‘I don’t care about the character of your neighbourhood’: the ex-CompSci taking on the housing shortage

Freddie Poser used to run Cambridge’s Liberal Democrats’ club; now he’s trying to get more houses built. (read more)

Varsity: Sparks fly as CULA and CUCA face off in mock PMQs

Zoe Swanwick reports on the Cambridge Union’s mock Prime Minister’s Questions – and hears how student political societies have adapted to life in a pandemic. (read more)

Pink News: Labour councillor resigns rather than agreeing that ‘trans women are women’

A Labour councillor was so incensed by a motion in support of trans rights that he resigned from his post rather than voting in its favour. (read more)

Cambridge News: Two Cambridge Labour councillors accused of sharing transphobic comments on Twitter

Two Cambridge city councillors have been accused of sharing transphobic comments on Twitter. The Cambridge University Liberal Association (CULA) published a post… (read more)

Varsity: ‘There is always pain, yet never shock’: Cambridge reacts to the death of George Floyd

Varsity a​lso spoke to Henry Wright, a student in Computer Science at Homerton College, who has… (read more)

Varsity: Political societies respond to Cummings row as bank holiday brings crowds to Cambridge

Cambridge’s political societies respond to the Cummings row as disagreement about his Durham trip continues for the fourth day (read more)

Varsity: Cambridge Societies endorse candidates ahead of SU election

Cambridge student societies have begun making their endorsements in this week’s Students’ Union elections… (read more)

The Tab: Why CUSU needs to undergo democratic reform and shed its ideological bias

You may remember the recent controversy over the elections for NUS delegate, which took place at the beginning of February. Peter McLaughlin stood to be a delegate for Cambridge at the NUS National Conference… (read more)

Varsity: Who’s Who?: Meet the 2020 Cambridge SU Presidential candidates

Henry Wright, a third year computer-science student at Homerton, has a catchy and varied manifesto. Under the three pledges… (read more)

Varsity: McLaughlin elected NUS delegate as result overturned

CUSU’s election committee have today overturned their decision on the NUS election results, and appointed Peter McLaughlin as NUS delegate… (read more)

The Tab: CUSU reverses NUS election result, electing Peter McLaughlin

CUSU has overturned the result of the recent NUS election following an appeal by Downing student Peter McLaughlin. McLaughlin has now been… (read more)

Varsity: Varsity explains: NUS delegate elections

On Monday, CUSU announced the results of the NUS delegate elections, finally deciding the complete list of delegates Cambridge will send… (read more)

Varsity: NUS Delegate candidate slams CUSU after election result

The results of the CUSU elections for National Union of Students (NUS) conference delegates have been criticised by a candidate who was not elected despite receiving the most first round votes. (read more)

The Tab: 37 per cent of Cambridge students will vote Lib Dem, according to Tab Survey

According to a poll of over 2,000 students across UK universities conducted by The Tab, 37.21 per cent of Cambridge students intend to vote for the Liberal Democrat Party in the upcoming election… (read more)