Campaign Continues – Important information

Nottingham Students Against Cuts and Fees are organising few big events that you should all come and get involved in.

  1. At 2:30pm on Monday 6th, there will be a rally outside the Great Hall in conjunction the Vice Chancellor meeting that the occupation successfully negotiated. Please come down and show your support and make some noise!
  2. At 3:30pm all students are invited to join an open forum discussion with the VC over the raise in tuition fees and cuts to the university, which is taking place in the Great Hall. All students are allowed to come, even if you weren’t in the occupation; even if you’re unsure about your position. Come down and hear the debate and get involved!
  3. On Thursday 9th, MP’s will vote in the commons to raise tuition fees. NSACF have organised coaches to take students, staff and supporters down to London for the National Day of Action. This is a big event, involving all occupations and the student movement as a whole!

The suggested donation for the coach is £5, but whatever you can afford. If you are interested, please email: with your name – Coach leaves 9am from Portland steps on Thursday 9th.

Also, join the Facebook event.

Love and solidarity


6 responses to “Campaign Continues – Important information

  1. Staff are invited to event 2), right?

  2. notts students

    Yes staff are invited – crucial they attend!!

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  4. Much has been made, in the UK press and broadcast media, of the various attempts by student activists to disguise their identities, whilst engaged in ‘peaceful protest’. And yet, many will have travelled to previous protests using the London Transport system, where RFID-enabled ‘Oyster cards’ are commonly used as a convenient means of pre-paid travel.

    For the uninitiated, a small passive RFID microchip within these ‘contactless’ travel cards enables swift access to the tube trains, and other services too. Each card is directly linked to its owner, and a full name and contact address will have been recorded prior to the issuance of each new card.

    Oyster card readers are located at tube stations across London, (i.e. in the access turnstiles), although this technology can in theory be made portable at a relatively low cost. The travel cards themselves contain passive RFID devices, meaning that once an appropriate card reader is in close proximity then the card has no choice but to ‘give up’ the information contained therein…

    You can learn more at:

  5. On a point of clarity, it’s possible to obtain an Oyster card without having to firstly share contact information, such as a name and address. Of course, were payment made using a credit card then this information would be relatively easy to link with the transaction.

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