Manifesto Analysis: Thomas Rowell, Association President

It is clear from Mr Rowell’s pronunciamento that the world of (Tom)orrow could be a radically different place. Seeing the lighter side of the Students Association Election (and seeing himself in the many volumes produced on Churchill) the document is a vast canvas for change. However, the change suggested is rather authoritarian in sort. Claiming experience from the immaterial ELAGA 2019, Mr Rowell believes he is a winner.

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Manifesto Analysis: Thomas Overend, Association President

From Mr Overend’s manifesto, it is abundantly clear who the Union belongs to: you. His strapline captures a push for a greater sense of democracy, something that must be managed in order to stay efficient. Significantly, Mr Overend is taking a divisive stance on the UCU strikes: “enough is enough”. This complex national issue is difficult to negotiate, with Universities UK having a significant responsibility.

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