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Students are taking their universities to court: here’s what it could mean for you

It’s an experience that most students who were at university in 2020-22 would prefer to forget. Closed campuses, online lectures, and imprisonment in halls of residence. No sooner had the…

“The system is broken – let’s be honest about that”:  Ian Murray MP on the cost-of-living crisis, Edinburgh’s housing market and university strikes

With thanks to Olivia Latimer for her help in the researching of this article. Since 2010, Ian Murray has served as the Labour MP for Edinburgh South, the constituency which…

The Gender Recognition Act has passed – but its future remains uncertain

Following months of protests, legal challenges and more than 100 amendments, the Scottish Parliament voted on Thursday (December 22nd) in favour of the Gender Recognition Act. The Act, which passed…

“The system needs to change” – Inside the University’s Mental Health Crisis

Over-subscribed and under-resourced – a mental health service struggling to cope. This is the picture that emerges from conversations with students across the University of Edinburgh. Not that poor student…