November 25, 2005

Emergency General Meeting of the Union

Writing about web page http://www.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/portal/Default.asp?url=ARTICLE&article_id=529

Just a quick announcement that there will be an Emergency General Meeting of the Union next Tuesday at 7pm in the Ramphal Lecture Theatre to discuss the following:

  • Anti-Terrorism Legislation
  • Residential Internet Access
  • Ending Union-Wide Bans on Sponsorship and Advertising
  • Reviewing the Smoking Policy

If you have any views on any of those subjects, please come.


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  1. There's no information on that link about "Reviewing the Smoking Policy".

    25 Nov 2005, 15:44

  2. It's on the agenda, It was also referred to as the 'mystery policy' in the jumbled up e-mail they sent out a few days ago. The reason is that they can't talk about it on the main Union website until the referenda are over.

    25 Nov 2005, 15:46

  3. Ah yes. By signing in to the Union website, visiting Democracy>Council Papers>AGM-UGM>05–06 you can find the order paper for 29/11/05.

    25 Nov 2005, 15:58

  4. Christopher Rossdale

    Are they proposing a total lift on sponsorship and advertising bans?

    25 Nov 2005, 15:59

  5. Are they proposing a total lift on sponsorship and advertising bans?

    Yes.

    25 Nov 2005, 16:10

  6. Christopher Rossdale

    Are they mad?

    25 Nov 2005, 17:07

  7. Are they mad?

    I couldn't possibly say. For myself I'll be voting against.

    25 Nov 2005, 17:10

  8. I think a "total lift" of bans is a bit of a package motion. If people want different bans applied to diferent circumstances, we could end up voting in parts…

    26 Nov 2005, 10:51

  9. Christopher Rossdale

    When will we know the results of the secret ballot?

    Nicely done on the terror bill motion btw luke

    30 Nov 2005, 11:57

  10. Nicely done on the terror bill motion btw luke

    Thanks.

    The results of the secret ballot were about 70 for and about 180 against.

    30 Nov 2005, 12:06

  11. Why was that ridiculous amendment to the otherwise quite reasonable anti-terrorism bill motion that said "condemn the use of the word Islamist" accepted? That's when my support fell off, unfortunately most others didn't realise this amendment or didn't have enough sense to oppose it.

    13 Dec 2005, 00:06

  12. It was accepted because it wasn't against the spirit of the motion and because I thought that it was a worthwhile marker to put down.

    13 Dec 2005, 00:20


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