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NUS Secretly Urged Government to "Make Deep Cuts" Watch

  • View Poll Results: Is the NUS being hypocritical in saying the opposite in private?
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    It's somewhat hypocritical, as they publicly said the opposite.
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    Yes, it's very hypocritical. Why should we trust them to represent us honestly when they appear ready to abandon their principles like this?
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    According to the 'Daily Telegraph', while the NUS was publicly opposed to the cuts, it was secretly urging the total opposite. Is that hypocritical, or what? :

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education...nt-grants.html
 
 
 
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