February 02, 2008

Presidential debate – to help you choose who you want running the Union

All the presidential candidates for this coming week’s Students’ Union Elections were interviewed together on RaW News Insight. We tackled them on their proposals, personal qualities, and how much they really knew about your Union with a multimillion pound turnover.

Who are they and what do they do?

Their reasons for standing and what they know about union finances:

POLICY – we unleash our our political correspondent attack dog Andrew O’Brien (this clip has the best information and entertainment value):

Please leave your comments below. They will feature on Big D on Elections night…

And a post debate review:

See the debate as it happened…

Want to know about the Governance and Finance Officer Candidates? Well, Chris Beckett, Chief Business Correspondent brought Ross Palmer and Andy Glyde head to head to see what they would do:

Please leave your comments below. What do you think of the candidates? What policy would you like to see?


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  1. Will

    I’d jus like to lend my support to Tommo, who i believe would be the right choice; representing what the students want. What we certainly don’t need is a conservative candidate running our union!

    04 Feb 2008, 00:00


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