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The student leaders of Ireland, Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom have today written to Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Brandon Lewis MP, to request an urgent meeting following the Internal Market Bill passing its Second Reading in the House of Commons. The Minister had previously confirmed that current British Government strategy on Brexit […]

Posted Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020

Responding to the news that GCSE students will now receive their teacher predicted grades, and A Level students will receive the higher of their teacher predicted or CCEA awarded grades, NUS-USI President Ellen Fearon said: “I welcome the decision today that students will now be able to receive their teacher predicated grades at both A-Level […]

Posted Monday, August 17th, 2020


By NUS-USI Women’s Officer Jill McManus The year 2018 set the scene for a rising tide of feminist activism around sexual violence and harassment, with several high-profile sexual assault cases in Northern Ireland and Ireland, Dr Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony to the US Senate and the #MeToo movement making sexual violence a prominent discussion for […]

Posted Friday, August 23rd, 2019